No Local Coverage?

A 38 year old woman with a garrote was apprehended by police after breaking a window at Queen's University, where Dr. Jordan Peterson was giving a lecture. In the course of being arrested, she bit/kicked/assaulted an officer and had to be carried to her cell because she continued to be violent. This reflects the intellectual climate in BC's Universities---here they don't need to be so violent, because the students know if they step out of line, the Admin will come after them like a pack of wild dogs.

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Huh

Mar 8, 2018 at 12:18pm

The structure of your paragraph doesn’t make sense.

Regardless....what type of animal bites a cop?

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Proof

Mar 8, 2018 at 12:20pm

Despite what all the libs say, it appears women can be violent too....

Stop violence ... not just Violence against Women.

I’m pretty sure the cop trying to his job didn’t appreciate her teeth marks!

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Natty

Mar 8, 2018 at 12:51pm

Probably not the first to comment on this, but Google Map "Queen's University". Maybe the reason you aren't seeing coverage in Vancouver?
You're welcome.

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Anonymous

Mar 8, 2018 at 1:28pm

These left wing fools are showing their true colours.

Maybe it's time to consider opening up concentration camps, painted with pretty flowers and piped in John Lennon songs to put them all.

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Queen's Uni is in Kingston, ONT...

Mar 8, 2018 at 1:52pm

You seem pretty confused about what province you're talking about .... 0/10 for Troll effort!

If...

Mar 8, 2018 at 6:07pm

... a mob of neonazis (not that such really exist in Canada) in Ontario had tried to 'shut down' a lecture by a Jewish person or whatever, it would be national news.

And it made the National Post, it just didn't make the Vancouver dailies for some reason.

There's also a psych professor at Acadia University that the radical left is going after, Rick Mehta. These are serious free speech issues.

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