Toxic far-left St. Louis Board of Alderman Chairwoman Megan Green banned from WashU campus after joining Pro-Hamas protests and refusing to leave university grounds | The Gateway expert

On Saturday evening last weekend in the St. Louis area, police wasted no time in quelling an anti-Israel, pro-Palestinian protest at Washington University in St. Louis after demonstrators marched onto the Washington University campus and refused to leave campus.

The Israel-bashing Marxists lined up on campus and locked arms as police approached them to break up their encampment.

As the young leftists chanted, “Hold the line!” The police intervened and dragged them away by their feet.

Here is a video from the WashU campus of police breaking up the illegal protest.

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Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein was arrested during the anti-Israel protest.

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What does Gaza have to do with the green agenda?

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St. Louis City Council President Megan Green was also in the crowd and refused to leave campus.

Last week, after the protests, St. Louis City's far-left official was in attendance reportedly suspended from her position at the university where she taught children techniques of the radical left protest movements.

The demonstrators enter the university and ask to leave.

Following the illegal protests, the chair of the St. Louis Board of Alderman was suspended from her position at the university, where she brainwashes children on how to hate America and bring down the system.

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Megan Green, president of the St. Louis Board of Alderman, was suspended from teaching at Washington University after participating in an illegal protest on campus.

KMOV reported:

One hundred pro-Palestinian protesters were arrested this weekend as the University of Washington says it will file charges against those who remained on campus Saturday after being asked to leave; and it appears a prominent protester who was not arrested was disciplined by the school.

St. Louis Board of Aldermen President Megan Green, who was not arrested, is an adjunct professor at the school but now says she is being disciplined.

President Green was one of hundreds who marched on campus. She told First Alert 4 she has been placed on administrative leave for her presence on Saturday.

“It's a very authoritarian, heavy-handed response,” Green said.

Green said she has now been barred from the Washington University campus because she said six other faculty members have been placed on administrative leave for their attendance on Saturday.

“I was able to teach my class over Zoom,” Green said.

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