In shocking hidden camera video, multiple Yale University students signed a petition to scrap the First Amendment.
In under 60 minutes filming on the Yale campus, political satirist Ami Horowitz collected over 50 signatures from Yalies who wanted to repeal a significant part of the Constitution. (RELATED: Meet The Privileged Yale Student Who Shrieked At Her Professor)
Horowitz went around asking students to sign a petition to “blow up” the First Amendment.
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One student said, “I think this is fantastic, I absolutely agree” with the idea of getting rid of the First Amendment.
Others said, “excellent” or “I love it” when presented with a petition to scrap the First Amendment.
A female student agreed with Horowitz when he suggested, “I think the Constitution should be one big safe space.”
Ironically, the First Amendment protects freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of assembly, freedom of the press, and freedom of petition. A right the students and Horowitz took full advantage of that day. (RELATED: Mizzou Professor Calls For ‘Muscle’ To Help Remove Reporter Covering Protests [VIDEO])
One student continued to sign the petition while being told, “Micro-aggressions should not be protected, and making fun of people is not cool and you know, it sucks.”
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