Black Lives Matter shut down author's campus speech with violent intimidation
- An "angry mob" of protesters effective shut down a speech by a pro-law enforcement scholar at Claremont McKenna College on Friday, surrounding the building, screaming obscenities and banging on windows.
Manhattan Institute fellow Heather Mac Donald, who is promoting a book called The War on Cops about the Black Lives Matter movement, was forced to give her speech on livestream - to a largely empty room - and then to flee the University building under the protection of campus security when things got really scary.READ MORE: Trump to nominate Kevin Hasset to Council of Economic Advisors, a globalist free trader who wants to double immigration
Mac Donald's book, released amidst heightened tensions between the black community and the police, argues that better community policing, and familiarity with neighborhoods could reduce crime. She suggests that law enforcement officials actually believe that "black lives matter" more than activists do, and that the narrative that police are "racist" is making minority communities less safe.(Excerpt) Read more at: heatst.com ...
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