A Friday memo emailed from Washington’s Evergreen State College’s administrators to the student body said that actions taken by the social justice advocates over the last few months — including intimidation and prohibition of egress from school areas — have been illegal, and could result in criminal charges.
According to the College Fix, in early June state Rep. Matt Manweller introduced House Bill 2221, and state Sen. Phil Fortunato introduced sister legislation Senate Bill 5946.
“Let’s spend the money on a credible degree rather than a social justice, victimization, woe-is-me, I want reparations, pseudo-science they are teaching at Evergreen,” Manweller told KIRO.
Endress’ memo went on to warn students that intimidation, and obstructing people from leaving is “criminal,” and may result in charges, College Fix reported.
“In the future, individuals could be charged with crimes including obstructing law enforcement, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief, and/or unlawful imprisonment,” Endress wrote.