‘Wishing Me Death’: Syracuse Student Dishes On Threats, Discrimination Over Her Conservative Views

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Adrianna San Marco, a Syracuse University student in New York opened up to the Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill about the bias and threats she says she experiences on campus for her conservative views.

“I’ve gotten it mostly on Twitter and Instagram with people threatening to assault me, beat me up, I had someone say they hope I get shot in the head, other people wishing me death, wishing that I burn in Hell,” said San Marco. “Most of these are coming from Syracuse University students.”

She told the Caller that she has reported the death threats to police and had sent a letter to administrators in June to bring attention to what has been happening to her and other conservative students on campus, as she says this isn’t an isolated incident. (RELATED: Trump Looks To Force Campuses To Protect Free Speech.)

San Marco says officials never responded to her letter, which is why she won’t return in the fall.

She says she feels unsafe.


Syracuse University has yet to respond to a request for comment.

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