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Administrators and campus security told students at California’s Modesto Junior College that they could not hand out copies of the Constitution to fellow students on Constitution Day.
The attempt by Megan Rainwater and Robert Van Tuinen to hand out copies of the Constitution was shut down on Tuesday by campus officials. They were told they would only be able to pass out the Constitution in the college’s free speech zone, and only after scheduling it ahead of time.
In the exchange that was captured on video, a campus police officer approaches the students and tells them to stop handing out the Constitution.
They were told they would only be able to pass out the Constitution in the college’s free speech zone, and only after scheduling it ahead of time.
If you watch the video below, the cop barely even knows why he is doing what he is doing and the school administrator doesn't even know why she is doing what she is doing. All they care about is, "must follow authority", "must keep my job", the fact that a student is on campus engaging other students in conversation about the constitution on CONSTITUTION DAY goes completely over their heads.