MOREHOUSE COLLEGE PRESIDENT DR. DAVID A. THOMAS SAYS THE COLLEGE MIGHT STOP GRADUATION “ON THE SPOT” IF THERE ARE DISRUPTIONS WHEN PRESIDENT BIDEN SPEAKS. DANIEL WHYTE III, PRESIDENT OF GOSPEL LIGHT SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL, SAYS . . . - Living Strong Television Network

MOREHOUSE COLLEGE PRESIDENT DR. DAVID A. THOMAS SAYS THE COLLEGE MIGHT STOP GRADUATION “ON THE SPOT” IF THERE ARE DISRUPTIONS WHEN PRESIDENT BIDEN SPEAKS.

DANIEL WHYTE III, PRESIDENT OF GOSPEL LIGHT SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL, SAYS WHAT IS SAD TO HIM IS THAT FROM THE TIME BACK IN THE EARLY 1980’S WHEN HE SPENT MUCH TIME PREACHING THE GOSPEL TO AND SHARING THE GOSPEL WITH MOREHOUSE MEN, SPELLMAN WOMEN, CLARK COLLEGE STUDENTS, AND MORRIS BROWN COLLEGE STUDENTS ON THEIR SHARED CAMPUS, THE ONCE GREAT MOREHOUSE COLLEGE, THE ALMA MATER OF DR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR., ADOPTED AND PARTICIPATED IN THE SODOMITE/HOMOSEXUAL AGENDA EVEN BEFORE IT EXPLODED ACROSS AMERICA AND AROUND THE WORLD ALONG WITH THE DEMONIC SPIRIT OF WOKEISM. FORMER SLAVES, SHARECROPPERS, AND JIM CROW-ERA BLACKS SUFFERED AND SACRIFICED SO THESE YOUNG MEN COULD GET THE BEST EDUCATION IN THE WORLD AND GO OUT AND DO THINGS THEY COULD NOT EVEN DREAM OF. THESE CHAMPIONS OF BLACK HISTORY DID NOT GO THROUGH SLAVERY, SUFFER, AND DIE FOR THESE MEN TO BECOME SODOMITES/HOMOSEXUALS, OR TO SUPPORT PEOPLE WHO NOT ONLY SUPPORT THAT BUT SUPPORT TRANSGENDERISM AND DRAG QUEENS IN EVERY ASPECT OF GOVERNMENT, EDUCATION, AND THE CHURCH.

Morehouse College President David A. Thomas tells CNN the school will “not ask police to take individuals out of commencement in zip ties.”

 

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Morehouse College President David A. Thomas said Thursday he would shut down commencement ceremonies “on the spot” rather than allow police to remove student protesters in zip ties during President Joe Biden’s graduation speech.

Biden’s scheduled commencement speech Sunday at one of the nation’s preeminent historically Black colleges comes as school officials around the country have called in law enforcement to clear pro-Palestinian encampments and quell demonstrations in recent weeks.

What we won’t allow is disruptive behavior that prevents the ceremony or services from proceeding in a manner that those in attendance can partake and enjoy,” Thomas told CNN in an interview Thursday.

“So, for example, prolonged shouting down of the president as he speaks. I have also made a decision that we will also not ask police to take individuals out of commencement in zip ties. If faced with the choice, I will cease the ceremonies on the spot If we were to reach that position.”

Biden’s presence on the Atlanta campus also comes as he seeks to persuade young voters to send him to the White House for another term, even as many have expressed frustration for his administration’s continued support of Israel’s military campaign in Gaza.

Thomas said the college will not allow “hate speech,” meaning any “calls for violence against another group or individual.” He said Morehouse is a place that “can hold the tensions” that have come to a boil at campuses across the nation.

I would rather be the first president to have a failed commencement than to say you are less important than the ceremonies of this institution,” Thomas told CNN.

“I thought about it from the vantage point of how should Morehouse show up as an institution. And we should never put the ego of the institution above our values. And one of our values is to see the humanity in all,” he added.

Thomas said Morehouse faculty members earlier Thursday voted to award Biden an honorary degree. He said Biden’s decades as a public servant as well as a domestic and international leader whose body of work “merits an honorary degree from Morehouse College.”

“We need some place in this country that can hold the tensions that threaten to divide us,” Thomas said. “We look around some of the most venerable institutions of higher education have canceled commencement, canceled valedictorian speakers because of their having spoken out and exercised their rights to free speech.”

Thomas said the college would allow silent, non-disruptive protest, even students turning their chairs or theirs backs on Biden – which, he said, would embarrass him.

Source: CNN

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