Clarion

Team Diversity also desecrated and broke the crosses before throwing them in the trash.

Via Campus Reform:

Students at Clarion University in Clarion, Penn. wasted no time vandalizing a pro-life display set up on campus Sunday evening.

Less than 12 hours after the public university’s Students for Life chapter set up its annual Cemetery of the Innocents—a display of dozens of white crosses commemorating millions of lives lost to abortion—students vandalized and mocked it.

On Monday morning, display organizers discovered a significant portion of the crosses had been broken, removed, and tossed into nearby trash cans. Vandals also wrote messages on several crosses: “would you support if this life was gay?” and “would you support if this life were trans?”

According to Todd Garrett, a senior at Clarion and vice president of the SFL chapter, the vandalism marks the second time in four years the pro-life student organization’s display has been damaged.

“This was a reprehensible act of discrimination against Students for Life,” said Garrett. “It was an attack on the freedom of speech. I find it quite ridiculous that this is the second time since 2011 that our crosses have been desecrated.”

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