The University of Texas San Antonio is a hotbed of anti-free speech students who enjoy shouting their abortions. Just recently, the Students for Life group at UTSA put up a banner in an approved campus space promoting their screening of the pro-life movie Unplanned. Watch what happens…
As you heard there, the banner was not stolen once – but twice. Pro-choice students on UTSA’s campus are so opposed to the exchange of ideas that they’d rather silence others by force than seek out dialogue. They won’t even let other people make decisions for themselves about whether or not to attend the screening, shutting down the conversation altogether. Unfortunately, it’s a very common thread seen as pro-life students nationwide work to speak their message and face constant hostility.
But in this case, who’s surprised? The morally-depraved behavior of pro-abortion students at UTSA last year as they stomped through our pro-life display, shouting their abortions, has left no question as to what actions they find acceptable.
It makes for good video. It makes for a good story. But c’mon – this isn’t how a civil society operates. Disagreement with a view isn’t a right to silence another person (or vandalize their stuff). We stand with the pro-life students at UTSA who face a daily challenge to speak truth about the humanity of the preborn.