Long before we were being lectured by blue haired “otherkin” about what kinds of made up words they want us to use to refer to them, and long before we ever heard the words “safe spaces” to describe a hole to hide soft brains from hard ideas, there was a war being waged on free speech that most of us didn’t even know was happening.
The truth is, every censorship tactic we push back against today was tested for efficacy against the pro-life movement.
Tonight, I’m joined by pro-life student activist, Amberlee Nichol, who explains how she ended up embroiled in a lawsuit with the University of Alberta after her group, UAlberta Pro-life were the victims of left wing vandals.
In our public spaces, at the behest of our local governments and on our university campuses, the pro-life movement has always been the canary in the coal mine of free speech.
It’s not enough just to say,”I’m not pro-life so it doesn’t matter.”
The censors will come for you next. They’re just perfecting their techniques first on someone else.