Campus Activists Try To Shut Down Conservative Student Group

by Caleb Parke

A left-leaning group at California State University, Long Beach called a newly-formed conservative student organization “white supremacist” and said the members were not  “welcome” on campus, emails show.

CSULB’s “Student for Quality Education” group asked for ideas on how to “counteract” the newly formed Turning Point USA chapter in an email, Campus Reform reported.

In the message, SQE finds fault with TPUSA’s support for ideas such as the “free market, limited government, and free speech.”

SQE asks its members to oppose the conservative group.

“Have an idea of what we can do to counteract them?” SQE wrote in the email. “Come to our meeting and let us know.”

Under the heading “stop white supremacy,” the message warns about “right-wing student groups” such as TPUSA.

“Right-wing student groups are popping up all across the country and CSULB is no different,” the email stated. “Let’s show them that they are not welcome here.”

The TPUSA chapter president told Campus Reform that SQE has sent out at least two similar emails. Click here to read the full story at


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