That seems to be the message being peddled at our institutions of higher vegetation these days:
Several black activists at Pomona College, associated with the Claremont Colleges, have sent a letter to the college president asking administrators to "take action" against conservative journalists from the student publication The Claremont Independent.
The president, David Oxtoby, posted an email defending the right of Black Lives Matter critic Heather Mac Donald to speak. Mac Donald was physically threatened and forced to cancel a lecture at Claremont following protests against her appearance.
The activists claim that "free speech" is incompatible with "truth" and therefore should not be protected.
Free speech is, to the extent that it fails to comport with their version of "truth" in which an "interlocking system of dominance" creates "lethal conditions under which oppressed people are forced to live", a menace to their idiotic beliefs. Welcome to today's world of higher vegetation.