Miss New Jersey contestant – Defends free speech

Justine Brooke Murray- Facebook
Justine Brooke Murray- Facebook

Beauty pageant contestants are often written off when it comes to their thoughts on world problems and how to solve them, but not Justine Brooke Murray. The Miss New Jersey contestant took a stand against censorship during this week’s pageant.

“Our generation is experiencing an epidemic of censorship and entitlement, and it’s because our professors and our celebrities are teaching students to be narcissists, to believe that any view that differs from their own is an existential threat,” said Murray, a former White House intern, PragerU influencer, and Campus Reform correspondent. “This is what I experienced on my own campus with censorship to the point where people believe that speech is violence so that they can threaten other people with violence simply because they disagree with them.”

Murray graduated from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University with a major in political science. It was during her time at Syracuse that Murray was founding chair of the university’s Young Americans for Freedom chapter and the former Chief of Staff for the New York Federation of College Republicans. It was these and other situations that gave Murray a love for free speech.

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