In a video that was posted online, female students at California State University, Los Angeles, tear down posters for an upcoming lecture event featuring former professor and equity feminist Christina Hoff Sommers.
The incident, which occurred on Thursday morning, involved several female students who tasked themselves with removing all advertising for the October 4 event from throughout the campus.
“This is offensive,” the woman repeatedly claims when confronted about removing the posters. “This is my freedom of speech,” she says to justify destroying someone else’s property.
Fortunately, the group printed enough fliers to replace the ones that were torn down by the students. “Thankfully, CSULA YAF printed thousands of fliers and is well-equipped to replenish the campus in the wake of desperate feminists vandalizing their property,” the group stated.
Despite her extremely professional demeanor, this isn’t the first time that students have felt threatened by a Christina Hoff Sommers event. At Oberlin, Christina Hoff Sommers was accused by students of being a rapist supporter, and a safe space was set up for students who desired an alternative environment.
Tom Ciccotta is a libertarian who writes about Free Speech and Intellectual Diversity for Breitbart. You can follow him on Twitter @tciccotta or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org