‘Tolerant’ Campus Shows Zero Tolerance For Former Beauty Queen’s Pro-life Views
Madison Gesiotto, former beauty queen and current Ohio State University law student and contributor for the Washington Times, was threatened after writing a pro-life column highlighting the primary killer in black American: abortion. AsCampus Reform reports, she was immediately met with threats and backlash which were largely ignored by administration; she did, however, receive a strong critique and lecture on how “offensive” her column was from those school officials.
Gesiotto’s column, which was published on October 23, made the argument that “abortion destroys more black lives annually than heart disease, cancer, homicide, and motor vehicle accidents combined.” Her argument was supported by extensive data from the Centers for Disease Control, as well as other sources. But some students apparently felt that her column was “offensive” and infringed upon their safe space. Gesiotto was threatened “anonymously” by someone she later discovered was a white female student.
“The government cannot take action against you for your offensive and racist article. But your colleagues can,” read the threat left via Facebook message.
The law student quickly reported the threat to officials, fully expecting that they would investigate the situation and ensure her safety. She was incorrect. Not only was the woman who threatened Gesiotto let off the hook, but Gesiotto was treated to an “hour-long harangue from three administrators who were evidently more interested in critiquing her op-ed than in ensuring her safety.”
“They took issue with the piece as a whole, one Dean claiming that it looks like a direct attack on Black Lives Matter, which was not referenced or referred to at all in the column,” she told Campus Reform. “They clearly seemed more concerned about the school’s relationship with the Black Lives Matters lobbying group than my personal safety or respecting the constitutional freedom lawyers are sworn to uphold.
“They kept saying that it was flawed writing that would offend many and was nowhere near a well-developed legal piece,” she added, noting
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