News

University Of Pittsburgh Students Demand All Cops On Campus Be Disarmed

Criminals nod in total agreement…

Socialists and Marxists aren’t really too smart about economics. I really love the fact they demand the University collect NO tuition while at the same time demanding the University PAY student employees $15 an hour. How does that work out economically?

Campus Reform: University of Pittsburgh students are demanding that school officials disarm all university police while banning “city cops” from campus entirely.

According to The Pitt Maverick, members of the school’s Fossil-Free Pitt Coalition and United Students Against Sweatshops presented a list of 15 demands to Chancellor Patrick Gallagher during a Friday protest.

“Chancellor Gallagher, in the political climate we’re forced to inhabit, our university cannot stay silent on issues that affect our community,” the ultimatum states, giving Gallagher until the 2018 academic year to address the demands. “To do so would be to stand in opposition to those of us in the Pittsburgh community [who]are vulnerable to classism, racism, [and]gender-based violence.”

While the demands center mostly around financial and diversity issues, one demand requests “that all campus cops [be]disarmed and that city cops [be]banned from campus,” even though other universities, such as the University of California, Berkeley, have increased security on campus in the wake of violent Antifa protests. More

The ultimatum:

University Of Pittsburgh Students Demand All Cops On Campus Be Disarmed

James Comey Openly Lies About Deep State Wiretapping Trump Tower (Video)
Previous post

James Comey Openly Lies About Deep State Wiretapping Trump Tower (Video)

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Ruling Guts Police Ability To Use Guns
Next post

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Ruling Guts Police Ability To Use Guns

Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.