It seems that every time a speaker is prevented from giving a speech on a college campus, it's always a conservative figure.
Most recently, Condoleeza Rice was prevented from speaking at the Rutgers University commencement. The students objected to the fact that as National Security Adviser and then Secretary of State under George W. Bush, Rice sanctioned the Iraq War.
Last fall, Ray Kelly, former head of the NYPD, was shouted down and now allowed to speak by student protesters who objected to the stop and frisk policy he oversaw. That policy drove down the murder rate in New York considerably, but liberals felt it targeted blacks and Hispanics unfairly.
Charles Murray, author of The Bell Curve, was prevented from speaking at Azusa Pacific University after students protested.
These are many more examples of how leftists have prevented free speech on campuses.
In the meantime, President Obama has given several commencement speeches at colleges. Obama has overseen a drone program which has killed more than three hundred innocent children, which is surely a larger crime than instituting a stop and frisk program whose aim was to get illegal guns off the streets, or writing a book which mentions the racial gap in IQ. Yet no one seems to prevent Obama from speaking.
Might this possibly be because the leftists on campus know that the war criminal Obama is one of them?
Does that not stink of hypocrisy?