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It’s not at all surprising that within the last several years we’ve witnessed an acceleration of radical leftist dogma, within those institutions of higher learning, similar in scope to that of the mainstream media, churning out a continuous dose of leftist propaganda.

Moreover, the systemic erosion of our schools and universities began decades ago, with radical underground groups such the “Weathermen” a ragtag band of misfits who used violence as a form of protest, and years later some members became professors and teachers, one such radical is Kathy Boudin who was convicted of murder, and was offered by NYU, (after her release), a “scholar-in-residence” appointment.

Obviously the cultural climate has changed dramatically since the 1960’s we now have in many parts of America former left-wing radical criminals lecturing on college campus to young impressionable minds and it’s within this backdrop that The Student Government Association, at the University of Vermont erected A Black Lives Matter flag flying next the ‘old glory.”

This latest insanity was committed by UVM president Tom Sullivan, who said that flying the flag wasn’t an endorsement of BLM but rather reflects the students desire in support of the African-American’s in the wake of the recent police shootings.

"I think given this particular time in the history of America, our students thought it was an appropriate time over the next couple of days to show their support for black communities in the United States," Sullivan said during an interview.

In an unexpected twist the flag was stolen in the middle of the night. Clearly someone wasn't going to sit back and allow the BLM flag to fly with the American flag side by side.

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When the flag was stolen, the Student Government Association issued this statement:

"Last night, the Black Lives Matter flag on the UVM campus was stolen," the group said in a statement shared by SGA President Jason Maulucci. "This action underscores the necessity in this country to engage in a frank and open discussion about the injustices that so many Americans face simply because of the color of their skin. We as a nation will not be able to address these challenges unless we fully acknowledge that there is a problem."

Do you think a public University should be flying a flag that celebrates this highly controversial group? Do you support whoever took the flag down?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Source: Fox, Burlington Free Press

 

 

 

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