December 19, 2017

Wilfred Laurier University admits Lindsay Shepherd “did no wrong”

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's show, pro-freedom Wilfrid Laurier University Professor David M. Haskell joined me to discuss Lindsay Shepherd and the latest statements on the situation from the university's President and Vice-Chancellor, Deborah MacLatchy. 

MacLatchy admitted the Maoist tribunal Lindsay was forced to attend should've never taken place, was a misapplication of university policy and confirmed previously leaked information that no formal complaint had even been filed. 

Lindsay is being completely exonerated as the university now has it in print that she "did no wrong" showing a clip of Jordan Peterson from public television

WATCH my interview with Professor Haskell to hear more about one of the first victories for freedom of speech on campus that we've seen in a long time. 

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commented 2017-12-20 17:34:22 -0500
JAMES MACMASTER, of course what you say it true, and I do recognize that. But I’m always looking for ways to get all the lunatic-progressive entities to get caught in their own contradictions and cannibalize each other, or to violate their own ethos and set precedent in doing so.
commented 2017-12-20 00:01:11 -0500
Of course she did no wrong, the whole thing was a commie witch hunt because WLU Has degenerated its academic administration with plodding anti-intellectual dissolute leftist bigotry. How sad , I’d never send my kid to this waste basket campus.
commented 2017-12-19 21:16:46 -0500
“4) Bring in the Human Rights Tribunal. Lindsay’s rights were clearly, intentionally and obviously violated by having to submit to this inquisition . "

But if you do that, HAROLD, then you give legitimacy to a kangaroo court that is just as absurd as the tribunal that persecuted Lindsay.
commented 2017-12-19 17:14:17 -0500
A few thoughts arose while considering this whole inquisition.

1) What the inquisitors perpetrated was easily a Criminal Offence under various statutes, not the least of which was extortion and intimidation, yes that WAS assault.

2) If I as a major donor, I would make it clear in no UNCERTAIN terms that ALL funding will cease until the University fires and removes all these u=inquisitors permanently from their property. They should be made an example.

3) Lindsay should seek legal council, and launch a civil suit, not only against the University for having been willfully blind and aiding and abetting this rubbish, but all three of the inquisitors should be personally sued as well.

4) Bring in the Human Rights Tribunal. Lindsay’s rights were clearly, intentionally and obviously violated by having to submit to this inquisition .

No honest mistake was made. this is evidenced by the fact that if any one inquisitor had made a mistake, the other two would have a fiduciary duty to immediately correct them. They did not. It was a Cabal with intent to harm and damage – it was viscous and cruel and done with forethought and malice.
commented 2017-12-19 16:36:59 -0500
Rick Plesnik, I completely agree!
commented 2017-12-19 16:35:11 -0500
A Lawsuit is still in order for this travesty!
commented 2017-12-19 16:30:51 -0500
Lindsay had better be careful with what she says, in the future. The Marxist who run this University will be watching her like Hawks, just waiting to pounce. Freedom of speech ended with Trudeau and Canadian Islam.
commented 2017-12-19 14:58:17 -0500
“…the real question is what punitive action will be taken against her Nazi persecutors? "

Oh, they’ll be strongly disciplined, GEORGE DYER. For failing to take adequate measures to ensure their little kangaroo court proceedings weren’t recorded.
commented 2017-12-19 14:11:01 -0500
It’s hard to believe it took them almost 1 month to reach this most obvious conclusion.
It’s time for Administration to roll out disciplinary against her interrogators and also have them
de-radicalized!
commented 2017-12-19 13:36:11 -0500
Thank God she taped them, otherwise they’d deny it!
commented 2017-12-19 13:36:10 -0500
Thank God she taped them, otherwise they’d deny it!
commented 2017-12-19 13:35:44 -0500
Thank God she taped them, otherwise they’d deny it!
commented 2017-12-19 13:13:27 -0500
Well, isn’t that special.
But since right-minded folks have known all along that Lindsay “did no wrong”, the real question is what punitive action will be taken against her Nazi persecutors?
commented 2017-12-19 13:00:46 -0500
Well, isn’t that special.
But since right-minded folks have known all along that Lindsay “did no wrong”, the real question is what punitive action will be taken against her Nazi persecutors?