Starnes Tells Students Fighting Mask Mandate: ‘Not Going to Tolerate the University Bullying’
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Students protesting a mask mandate at Montana State University were not only bullied by their classmates but also by university employees.
The MSU students were blocked by police officers from delivering a petition created by Dylan Dean, president of the Young Americans for Liberty chapter, calling for MSU President Waded Cruzado to “revoke her mask mandate policy,” Campus Reform reports.
“It’s crazy to see. There’s honestly no words for what’s going on,” Rylee Niesent, an MSU student, told the Todd Starnes Show.
“It’s pretty despicable,” host Todd Starnes said Friday. “Anything we can do to help…We’re not going to tolerate the university bullying students.”
Cruzado has refused to meet with the students or receive the petition, signed by more than 1,000 students, and Dean has been harassed by university officials.
The former Director of INSIGHT, Alcohol and Drug Assistance Center, Rick Winking, sent an email to Dean calling him a “stupid f–k,” and Seth Pincus, professor of Antibody Biology and Medicine, called him a “selfish idiot” in an email.