Liberals everywhere are sharpening their pitchforks after former Saturday Night Live castmember and current Tea Party activist Victoria Jackson spoke out against Islam.
It all started after the Charlie Hebdo attacks, when Dr. Carol Swain, a professor of political science and law at Vanderbilt University, wrote an oped saying that the terrorist attack in Paris proves that critics of radical Islam are right. The liberal students at Vanderbilt were enraged by the article, which they called “hate speech.”
Students immediately organized a rally against the professor and anyone else who dares to speak out against the “religion of peace.” Jackson attended the demonstration to support the professor, and she tried to take the stage to defend Dr. Swain. Unfortunately, the students did not let that happen.
“They silenced me today at a ‘tolerance’ rally where they were attacking their own Prof. Swain for writing an op-ed in The Tennessean that was inconsistent with their liberal propaganda,” Jackson said afterwards, according to the Conservative Tribune. “That is not education, that is brainwashing.”
Jackson went on to say that the rally was organized by the Muslim Students Association, a known front group for terrorist organization the Muslim Brotherhood. The comedienne also said she was followed around the event by a mysterious woman, who would tell students not to speak with Jackson when she tried to interview them.
“There was nobody to tell the other side,” said Jackson, “on a college campus, under the guise of a rally against hate speech in the Tennessean.” She added that the attitude at the demonstration was, “If you don’t support Islam, you’re a hater.”
Finally, Jackson was able to take the stage, but it didn’t last long.
“All I wanted to say is that Shariah cannot co-exist with the Constitution,” she told the crowd. “The Constitution says I can criticize Muhammad.”
This is when the speaker system was turned off, rendering Jackson silent.
“Dr. Swain, a 16-year professor at Vanderbilt, was hired when she was a liberal,” Jackson concluded. “A few years later she became a Christian, then a political conservative, and the university has been attacking her ever since, trying to silence her, like they did to me today.”