We have been reporting of the situation in American Colleges and Universities over some time and now the ugly side of it is getting physical.
Soon, many other public officials will come in the name of ‘administering the law’ to stop you from worshiping God.
To just give you a heads up, now in most-if not all-public universities in the United States, public prayer is forbidden, coaches cannot pray with their students in the fields, hostels and hotels must not have bibles in them, Satanists have equal rights to pray before a public meeting, it is criminal to stop a guy dressed as a lady from using public bathrooms meant for women, institutions and you personally can be sued for anything vague that the complainant thinks it hurt them personally because of how they chose to live their lives…and the list is endless.
Red Alert Politics reported:
Clemson stops man from praying on campus: ‘Not a free speech area’ [VIDEO]
A man was stopped by a Clemson University administrator for praying on campus, telling him and a Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) activist that “this is not a designated free speech area,” and asking them to leave the area. YAF’s blog The New Guard released the video today.
The administrator, Shawn Jones who is the assistant director for client services, also called their praying “solicitation,” and demanded that they would need to fill out paperwork to continue. Clemson receives state and federal funding, and many see these restrictions as disregarding the First Amendment to the Constitution by limiting free speech to certain zones…
“I was walking across the grassy area near Fort Hill after class at about 3:15 when I saw someone sitting in a folding chair. Next to him was another folding chair with an 8×10 sign that said PRAYER. I approached him and we sat down to pray for a few minutes. When we finished, a man from the university approached us and said he could not be praying there because it was not a “designated free speech area” and presented the person who was praying with a form for the procedures for applying for “solicitation” on campus. He told him he had to leave.”