‘Free speech bus’ hit with bomb threats at Harvard

Free speech bus bomb threats
Source: Twitter

This tells you everything you really need to know about the Borg-like collective known as the modern American left.  A “free speech bus” sponsored by pro-marriage groups like the National Organization for Marriage, CitizenGo, and the International Organization for the Family, made its way to Harvard on Thursday, where it was hit with protests and bomb threats, Red Alert Politics said.

You read that right — bomb threats.

According to Red Alert Politics:

After being vandalized and graffitied during its recent trip through New York City, the bus arrived in Boston this morning, stopping at City Hall, the State House, and Cambridge, consecutively. It made its final stop at Harvard Square, where it was met with dozens of angry protesters and threats to blow up the vehicle.

Transgender lobbyists who attended the protests called the bus ‘discriminatory’ and ‘hateful.’ Messages written on the bus included “downright frightening” lines such as “boys are boys,” and “girls are girls.”

“I find it really horrifying, especially after all the strides that we’ve made, that something like this moving vehicle of hate can just come into our city and spread a really toxic message,’’ said Logan Nelson, a transgender student. “But out of all of this it’s really good to see how quickly everybody responded.”

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So, it’s now “hate” to say “boys are boys” and “girls are girls” and terrorist acts are considered to be an appropriate response by the left.

The report continues:

Harvard’s LGBTQ office of Student Life hosted a counter-event this week, where students would sign a banner in protest of the bus. They were ready for the buss when it arrived. One person threw a cup of coffee at the bus in disgust. Others raised the transgender flag at City Hall as it stopped there.

Only two people were reportedly inside the bus as it entered Cambridge: the bus driver and one passenger. The bus is modeled after a similar one in Madrid, which displayed the message in Spanish, “There are girls with penises and boys with vulvas. It’s as simple as that.” Chelsea Clinton took to Twitter to beg activists in the United States not to do the same.

One Twitter user observed:

https://twitter.com/joshjcraddock/status/847580051327643648

According to a report at Heat Street, commenters on Reddit threatened to blow up the bus using thermite:

blow up bus

William Hicks added:

There were multiple other comments threatening to burn the bus to the ground.

Reddit’s admins complained to the moderators of the community and asked nicely that they more effectively police the comments. The mods replied with a sanctimonious screed claiming the admins wanted them to stop saying “bash the fash” without remarking on the threats of violence. They said they would not remove the comments.

So liberals are now okay with committing acts of domestic terrorism against those with whom they disagree.

Talk about fundamental transformation…

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