University officials threaten to call police on students trying to end school’s restrictive speech policies

It’s the latest example of university administrators behaving badly.

Four students attending school in Oregon were passing out copies of the Constitution on campus. According to Campus Reform, they were doing so while “collecting signatures to end the university’s restrictive speech policies, which limit free speech to an area that totals less than one percent of campus.”

While doing so, the students were approached by campus police and school administrators asking them to move to a different area on campus.

But the whole thing was caught on video.