“The venue has been operating for 34 years and it’s the longest-running volunteer space in Southern California, if not in all of California,” café volunteer Rene Vera told FoxNews.com last year. “And our building is covered in murals that document a lot of that history.”
But there are critics on campus who believe a failing cafe that celebrates a murderous revolutionary does not deserve public funds. But Amanda Fitzmorris, chairwoman of the College Republicans at UCSD, told The College Fix that the space "celebrates a dictator who enforced a murderous totalitarian police state that clamped down on free expression." Her group spray-painted one of Guevara's most infamous quotes, “To execute a man we don’t need proof of his guilt,” on a mural in a campus free speech zone to raise awareness to Guevara's legacy.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Better red than fed: California school's communist Che Cafe needs handout
You have to wonder about a people who worship such a cold hearted murderer. And then they have the audacity to ask the taxpayers to pay for work to bring it up to code.