The only thing that Progressives hate more than Pro-Life Republicans are Black Pro-Life Republicans who for some reason manages to tip looney Marxists over the edge as in the case of Ryan Bomberger, founder of The Radiance Foundation.
Bomberger , invited by Wheaton College Republicans came under attack after deliverance of a presentation entitled, “Black Lives Matter In and Out of the Womb“ three weeks ago at Wheaton College which as expected triggered the usual suspects spiraling the snowflakes into a tangent.
Apparently those who believe that Black lives matter only believe so when a Black life is snuffed out by a white person or police officer of any ethnicity. The very thought that ALL LIVES MATTER causes their heads to explode (no pun intended).
Progressive students, faculty and staffers of Wheaton objected to subjects touched upon in Bomberger’s presentation such as inclusivity, the birth of a beautiful child, spirituality to the U.N. so-called pro-life declaration, justice and Black genocide which debunks Progressive propaganda.
Clearly, the mention of eugenics, Fannie Lou Hamer and Planned Parenthood moved Progressives out of their safe spaces but then isn’t that college the venue in which to challenge and engage in thoughtful, non-convenient and/or politically incorrect discussions? Isn’t that what college is about?
Alleging that the presentation made them feel “unheard, underrepresented, and unsafe on our campus,” last week, “student leaders” in Wheaton’s Students Activities Office slandered Bomberger over his presentation in a statement that contained no facts, mention of what triggered them, just social justice talking points.
Wheaton’s Professor Brian Howell posted the following statement on his Facebook page only to delete it later as Progressives are known to do when challenged.
A @WheatonCollege prof (Brian Howell), who never attended our '#BlackLivesMatter In and Out of the Womb' talk at #Wheaton, lashes out at @RyanBomberger in arrogant & dishonest FB post. Howell quickly deletes his posts when challenged. Watch actual talk: https://t.co/Ep2e2vJ67Z pic.twitter.com/JzHJRabkKt
— Radiance Foundation (@lifehaspurpose) December 4, 2018
In response, Bomberger is threatening to take legal action against the parties for slander.
PJ Media by Tyler O’Neil
Bomberger suggested this attack constituted slander and said he was considering legal action. He directly addressed the three authors of the email — Lauren Rowley, student body president; Tyler Waaler, student body vice president; and Sammie Shields, executive vice president of community diversity.
“I am a person of color, a clarifying fact which you conveniently left out of your letter of denouncement. I was primarily presenting a perspective of those who are never heard, always underrepresented, and are actually unsafe — the unborn,” he declared.
“For anyone—student, faculty, or staff— to claim that they were ‘unheard’ or ‘underrepresented’ obviously didn’t stay for the 25 minutes of Q&A that followed or the additional 30 minutes that I stayed and responded to more thoughtful questions as well as some baseless (and even hostile) accusations”[…]
Again, in the statements above lambasting Bomberger, there is not one mention of what the so-called triggered parties found offensive about the presentation and/or the Q&A session, if they stayed that long. Not one. Bomberger, who was sued by the NAACP and won, is right to take on Wheaton. This is an attempt to silence opposing thought. See his official statement as posted on November 29, 2018 to The Radiance Foundation’s Facebook page below:
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