Campus Talk Disruptions Suggest American Youth Taught to Shout Down Opposing Views Instead of Debate: Jenna Ellis

Kevin Hogan
By Kevin Hogan
March 16, 2023NTD News Today
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Stanford University apologized to Trump-appointed judge Kyle Duncan for the disruption of his talk caused by students and a diversity dean, who was addressed in the apology but not named outright. Constitutional attorney Jenna Ellis tells NTD that the disruption to Duncan’s talk, along with the protest that followed conservative activist Charlie Kirk’s talk at UC Davis, suggests American youth are taught to shout down opposing views instead of debate them.

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