Reported By Alec Schemmel | Published March 2, 2019 at 2:16pm | Modified March 3, 2019 at 2:12pm
During President Donald Trump’s speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday, he took a moment to recognize the discrimination conservative students face on college campuses.
“I turn on my television the other day and I saw somebody that was violently punched in the face,” Trump said to his audience at CPAC.
“The man’s name is Hayden Williams,” Trump added. “Hayden come up here please.”
Williams jumped onstage to say a few words, but he refused to use his several seconds of fame to talk about himself.
“It’s great that I’m being recognized,” he said, “but there’s so many conservative students across the country who are facing discrimination, harassment and worse if they dare to speak up on campus.”
Williams is a field representative at the Leadership Institute, a non-profit organization based of Arlington, Virginia, which aims to help fight the liberal bias that has infested America’s campuses. Williams was on UC Berkley’s campus on Feb. 19 helping local student activists when Zachary Greenberg, 28, allegedly assaulted him. Greenberg was arrested by UCPD on Friday afternoon and was being held on a $30,000 bond at Glenn Dyer Jail in Oakland.
“It’s as important now than ever the work at Leadership Institute and Campus Reform exposing these liberal abuses to the public,” said Williams, “and these students do it because they have a love of our nation and freedom.”
Williams said that if progressive socialists had their way, the Constitution would be put through a paper shredder.
“If you keep defending us, we’ll keep defending you,” Williams said of Trump.
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