Juan Prieto is an English student at UC Berkeley who is very active in school activities. He is also the social media coordinator for the college.
Prieto just received Berkeley’s Robert J. and Mary Catherine Birgeneau Recognition Award for Service to Undocumented Students.
The mere fact that such an award exists should spark outrage. Undocumented = ILLEGAL, liberals.
Of course, that hasn’t stopped California from allowing 1 in every 8 students in the entire state to be “undocumented.” But hey, it’s California. …they’re insane.
Anyway, the speech Prieto presented to the Chancellor’s Awards for Public Service was recently posted to Facebook, so others could read his thoughtful insight.
Some of this insight was downright confusing, disjointed, grammatically incorrect (isn’t he studying English) and foul-mouthed. Then another part was just terrifying.
The Daily Caller:
‘My mom broke legal bounds to get me here,’ stated Prieto, ‘and that’s what we need allies to be doing.’
‘I need you to break laws with us. Break the legal bounds, untie your hands because tied hands are not going to get us anywhere.’
The student explained that seeing heavy police presence at UC Berkeley ‘means his dad’s trembling hands when he has to lock the door when the police is [sic] in our apartment complex,’ because his dad fears people will inquire about legal status.
‘We’re facing a very violent presidential administration that is set on its path to destroy the families that [President Trump] promised he would destroy,’ said the student.”
Then came the disturbing comment found on Twitter (the account has since been locked):
Prieto who describes himself as a queer, undocumented, pessimistic hoe went on further to say that he is “an atheist because heaven has a border, and fu** borders.”
UC-Berkeley is fully allowing this type of behavior and hate speech and, in fact, encourages it through their awards and other incentives. But I have a quick question for Berkeley officials:
Where is Ann Coulter’s award?
Doesn’t she deserve something for battling for the right to free speech?
Oh right, I forgot: Berkeley isn’t interested in “free” speech; they’re only interested in the speech they ALLOW.