Tomi Lahren - SMU moves 9/11 Memorial Flag Display to...
SMU moves 9/11 Memorial Flag Display to avoid "triggering" students. They can back track all they want but John Burk and I are calling this BS all the way out!
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University of Cincinnati
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University of Connecticut
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University of South Florida
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Southern Methodist University Press
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