Students and, reportedly, University of Missouri professors reminding me of fascists harass a student photographer at the University of Missouri who is trying to record the protests for posterity. One of the harrassers is reportedly a communications professor, of all things.
The student tries to explain that he has a first amendment right under the Constitution to taking picture on a public place. The students yell at him to "get out," block his view and then squeeze him away. Right, no one got hurt, except for all of us who believe in the Constitution. If you're going to protest in a public place, you don't have a right to privacy.
Here is an Atlantic writer who has a different perspective: A reminder not of fascists, but the communists in China and the way they handle the free press.
What the hell are those professors at Mizzou teaching their students about democracy anyway?
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