Campus Reform features AIM activism
May 3, 2023
The latest incidents at Stanford Law School and San Francisco State University (SFSU) show that higher education officials and students are not held accountable for either free speech violations or even violent attacks.
But President of Accuracy in Media (AIM) Adam Guillette is working to change that.
Earlier this month, Riley Gaines was assaulted at San Francisco State University by leftist protesters aiming to stop her speech on “Protecting Women’s Sports.”
Videos of the attack were released on Twitter:
Riley Gaines has been escorted out of the event into a side hallway in the HSS Building. Students were following through “trans women are women” 8:31 p.m pic.twitter.com/rGaTvrje17
— Golden Gate Xpress (@GGXnews) April 7, 2023
Many students, however, justified the assault, as seen in Guillette’s recent street interviews with students at the San Fransico campus.
NEW: SFSU students DOUBLE DOWN on Riley Gaines assault. pic.twitter.com/BNudmZmuD6
— Accuracy In Media (@AccuracyInMedia) April 27, 2023