DePaul University’s College Republicans chapter was denied permission to post an “Unborn Lives Matter” poster on campus after the Catholic school’s president deemed them “bigotry…under the cover of free speech.”
Rev. Holtschneider, who promised to resign at the end of the school year after censoring two conservative speakers who had been invited to campus, also claimed that the posters are “inconsistent with Catholic values.”
The DePaul College Republicans chapter has been censored yet again, this time over promotional flyers proclaiming that “Unborn Lives Matter.”
According to University President Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, the club was forbidden from using the flyers because they were “bigotry…under the cover of free speech,” meant to “provoke” members of the Black Lives Matter movement.
DePaul College Republicans Vice President John Minster told Campus Reform that his group wanted to use the “Unborn Lives Matter” flyers to draw members to their club meetings, but had to submit the design to the Office of Student Involvement for approval.
OSI Director Amy Mynaugh was out of town during the approval process, however, and the design proposal made it all the way to President Holtschneider.
Holtschneider not only declined to approve the flyers, but…
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