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>> She said on Tuesday she'd be there.>> Yes, I'm gonna be there Thursday.>> But then she changed her mind. Conservative commentator, Ann Coulter telling Reuters, there will be no speech at the University of California's Berkeley Campus after all. Coulter says two conservative groups that originally sponsored the event have told her they can no longer support her.
I looked over my shoulder, and my allies joined the other team, she said. In February, violent protests broke out at Berkeley hours before right winged media figure, Milo Unopolis was scheduled to speak. Fearing a repeat of the violence, Berkeley canceled Coulter's speech prompting derision from Coulter, and anger among Republicans on campus.
An alternative date was offered, but rejected. College Republicans even sued the school, but it was all for not. Coulter won't be going with Berkeley issuing a statement saying it is committed both to free speech, and to the safety of campus community members, their guests, and the public.