Despite some of the ridiculous spin words that CNN article uses, and the usual "pin it all on Donald" rhetoric in between, it still manages to get to the glaringly obvious point in some areas:
Liberals are more likely than conservatives to suppress speech
Spencer. Murray. Yiannopoulos. All three have been attacked by students for having extreme far-right views.
Meanwhile, left-leaning speakers routinely appear on university campuses without fuss.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education maintains an incomprehensive database of more than 300 attempts to disinvite campus speakers since 2000. About three-quarters of the attempts involved pressure from liberals.
Evolution and Israel are among the most controversial topics. But more often the disinvitation attempt stems from disagreements over immigration, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation or abortion.
Despite stating the plainly obvious in that paragraph, and pointing to the numbers supporting it, the writer still felt the need to tag someone like Yiannopolous as "extreme far-right". Which is just another less direct "nazi" epithet being so casually thrown around. Little bullshit twists.
It's also been plain to see that the Dem-media has been doing their best to cherry pick the fringe outliers, such as Spencer, to portray as the face of all those people who voted against Hildebeast's reign. Which is also complete bullshit spin.