Anti-Trump speaker threatens: ‘Make NRA regret giving us right to bear arms’ — Paper

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Protest — Huntington News

In a report posted Thursday at the Huntington News, Towsif Ahasan, a junior economics and business major, issued what appears to be a threat of armed violence while addressing participants of an anti-Trump protest at Northeastern University.

“Exercise your Second Amendment right,” he said. “Let’s make the [National Rifle Association] NRA regret giving us the right to bear arms.”

For starters, the NRA didn’t even exist when the Second Amendment was written, but facts don’t matter to the left.

The report also noted:

“What I am interested in is material change. We have to make a difference at the state and local level now,”  to oppose Trump by any means necessary.

Any means necessary?  Really?  Does that include armed revolt?  Apparently so.

The report added:

The event was about more than just Trump, Taddesse said. On Monday, SAID published a letter online calling for President Joseph E. Aoun and other administrators to denounce bigoted acts by students and designate Northeastern as a sanctuary campus.

As a sanctuary school, Northeastern would protect undocumented immigrants in its community from deportations and raids by federal immigration authorities. So far, the letter has been signed by more than 600 students and faculty members.

“Over the past week, the result of our presidential election has weighed heavy on the hearts of the marginalized people the president-elect, Donald J. Trump, has directly and repeatedly ostracized; sexual assault survivors and those belonging to Muslim, African-American, Latinx, LGBTQA+ and undocumented communities to name a few,” the letter read. “As a university- and city-wide community, it is our responsibility to assess and act upon the gravity of this national moment and what it means for the course of history, social justice and the real day to day lives of those who live in uncertainty.”

Prior to the publication of SAID’s letter, Aoun sent out an email to the Northeastern community calling for “unity, inclusion and respect” in response to the 2016 election.

Unless, of course, one supports the President-elect.  Then it’s Katy-bar-the-door.


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