WATCH: House Republicans Slam Anti-Semitic Protesters on Columbia’s Campus

House speaker Mike Johnson (R., La.) and other Republican representatives traveled to Columbia University on Wednesday to denounce the rampant displays of anti-Semitism on the campus.

“A growing number of students have chanted in support of terrorists,” Johnson said in an address facing the student protest encampment on the campus lawn. The House speaker said that “no American should have to live under those kinds of threats.”

Rep. Mike Lawler (R., N.Y.) called for the resignation of Columbia University president Minouche Shafik, saying “she has lost control” of the institution and “has no intention of getting the university under control.”

Shafik has faced backlash since her congressional testimony last week for falling short in combating anti-Semitism at the university. The same day she testified, Columbia students established the protest encampment, which has been the scene of anti-Semitic chants and occasional violence.

Original News Source – Washington Free Beacon

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