Tennessee Representative: ISIS Should Be Allowed to Recruit at Colleges

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Published on: March 19, 2016

Martin Daniel ought to be impeached and removed from office. Even worse, however, is the fact that he is not alone. I’m sure there are many elected officials across the US who have no problem with ISIS. They have tremendous objections to AFDI and our work for freedom and human rights, but no problem with ISIS. Good for Rep. John DeBerry for standing up to this evil clown.

“Tennessee lawmaker: ISIS should be allowed to recruit at colleges,” by Joel Ebert, The Tennessean, March 17, 2016:

Speaking on behalf of a bill centered around free speech, a Knoxville-based lawmaker on Wednesday said a terrorist organization should be allowed to recruit on college campuses in Tennessee.

While presenting a billed dubbed the “Tennessee Student Free Speech Protection Act,” Rep. Martin Daniel, R-Knoxville, fielded a question from Rep. John DeBerry Jr., D-Memphis, about whether he believed ISIS should be able to stand in the middle of university campuses and “recruit for ISIS.”

“Yes,” Daniel replied. “So long as it doesn’t disrupt the proceedings on that campus. Yes sir. They can recruit people for any other organization or any other cause. I think it’s just part of being exposed to differing viewpoints.”

The remarks came after a debate about the bill, which Daniel said “would direct schools to observe freedom of speech on campus.”

While introducing the legislation, Daniel said students’ free speech on Tennessee college campuses has been diminished in recent years because of unfair policies….

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