(NEW YORK POST) -- A Miss New Jersey contestant on stage at the competition railed against an “epidemic of censorship and entitlement” taking over school campuses — claiming that the words “I’m offended” are being used to silence students and fire professors.
Beauty queen Justine Murray delivered the fiery speech blasting censorship last week during the pageant at Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City.
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“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 of you that differs from their own is an existential threat,” she said in a video posted to Twitter of the competition.