WHEN TROOPS KILLED PEOPLE ON AN AMERICAN CAMPUS | 2004-03-06
No, I am not talking about Kent State. Kent State is the incident of troops firing on campus that the media are still screaming about. The Kent State incident was the last big campus riot against the Vietnam War. It happened in 1972.
At Kent State University students were shot by National Guard troops when the students were throwing rocks at terrified young National Guardsmen.
The media used to deny the students were throwing rocks. They admit it now, but they still call the troops a bunch of fascists.
I am talking about troops killing people on campus, but I am not talking about Kent State.
Now that many cities are openly defying Federal immigration law and protecting illegal immigrants openly, I am reminded of another campus shooting.
In 1962 the State of Mississippi openly defied Federal law and refused to integrate the University of Mississippi. The president at that time was Saint John of Kennedy. Saint john of Kennedy sent the 101st Airborne Division to occupy the University of Mississippi. In the process, those Federal troops shot three people down in cold blood on the University of Mississippi campus. Those people were not throwing rocks at them.
No liberal has ever complained about THAT campus killing.
You can defy Federal law if you are doing for the political left.
Hell, you can shoot people if you are doing it for the left.
No conservative will ever mention any of this.