Dissent is no longer patriotic.

Via The College Fix:

A group of conservative students at SUNY Oswego who hosted a “Build The Wall” campus display Tuesday were hit with a barrage of violent messages on social media that included slurs, expletives — and even death threats that talked about shooting, jumping and greasing them.

The reaction to the Young Americans for Freedom display was so intense that campus officials denounced the messages, launched a police investigation, and reminded students about free speech rights.

Tyler Toomey, chairman of the YAF chapter at the New York-based public university, said his group is working with campus police to hold those who sent the messages accountable.

“Threats of violence against students should not be tolerated regardless of their political view. We are disgusted that our peers are threatening violence against members of our organization,” Toomey told The College Fix via email Wednesday.

The table was set up around 10 a.m. and taken down around 4 p.m. in the Marano Campus Center with full permission from campus officials. It included phrases such as “Build The Wall,” “Secure Our Border,” and a play on a popular Sublime song that read: “I don’t practice Santeria, I ain’t got no crystal ball, if I had 5 billion dollars I’d, I’d build a wall.”

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