Ray Kelly booed off the stage at Brown University

Ray Kelly booed off the stage at Brown UniversityNew York Post – by Joe Tacopino

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly was shouted off the stage at Brown University Tuesday by more than 100 protesters angry over the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk policy.

Kelly was attempting to give a lecture on “Proactive Policing in America’s Biggest City” when angry students at the Ivy League college in Providence, RI, forced him to cut the talk short.  

“Racism is not for debate,” one yelled.

“We want you to stop stopping and frisking people!” another yelled.

Administrators were forced to step in.

University President Christina Paxson was appalled.

“The conduct of disruptive members of the audience is indefensible and an affront both to civil democratic society and to the university’s core values of dialogue and the free exchange of views,” Paxson said in a statement.

Some of the students had originally petitioned the university to cancel Kelly’s lecture. But when the school went ahead with the event, “we decided to cancel it for them,” said Jenny Li, a Brown student who helped organize the protest.

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3 thoughts on “Ray Kelly booed off the stage at Brown University

  1. ““The conduct of disruptive members of the audience is indefensible and an affront both to civil democratic society and to the university’s core values of dialogue and the free exchange of views,” Paxson said in a statement.”

    Free exchange of views?

    You mean like the “free exchange of views” that the police and our government gives us at council meetings or other public places?

    What a complete dumbass this Paxson woman is. She was probably bribed government funding by Ray Kelly and his Zionist goons to make them look good in front of the students. Guess it didn’t work as they were REAL Americans and not the sheeple they were hoping for.

    1. Yes NC, what do these people expect when you invite a communist pig to speak. People are waking up and I’m happy to see college students that are informed.

  2. “University President Christina Paxson was appalled.

    “The conduct of disruptive members of the audience is indefensible and an affront both to civil democratic society and to the university’s core values of dialogue and the free exchange of views,” Paxson said in a statement.”

    Democratic society???

    This brain-dead b#tch is the president of a university, and she doesn’t even know this is a Republic?

    So much for higher learning.

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