Liberals love free speech, as long it’s their free speech.

Jennifer Kabbany of the College Fix reported.

Dinesh D’Souza campus speech axed after ‘pressure from liberals’

A campus lecture by embattled conservative filmmaker and author Dinesh D’Souza slated for Tuesday night at the University of California – Santa Barbara was abruptly cancelled after the judge overseeing D’Souza’s probation for his campaign finance law violation rescinded permission for the pundit to speak.

“The judge was receiving pressure from liberals for his decision to allow the event to go on and as a result decided to reverse it just days before the scheduled event,” according to a statement Tuesday by Young America’s Foundation, which was co-hosting the event along with the UCSB College Republicans. “Young America’s Foundation believes that the judge’s ruling is restrictive of Dinesh’s free speech rights and another example of liberal suppression of conservatives.”

D’Souza, an outspoken critic of liberal policies and President Barack Obama who produced the docu-dramas “2016: Obama’s America” and “America: Imagine a World Without Her,” had originally been granted permission to give the campus speech by U.S. District Judge Richard Berman, who in late September sentenced D’Souza to five years probation, a $30,000 fine, and eight months in a so-called community confinement center in San Diego.

“The judge had ruled that Dinesh’s events in Santa Barbara could go on since it would be a day’s travel and he would be able to return to the Community Confinement Center by the end of the night,” the foundation stated. “However, we were alerted yesterday that the judge reversed this ruling … forcing Dinesh to cancel the event.”

UCSB College Republicans Vice President Austin Yack said he and his peers are upset. They worked hard to personally fund raise $5,000 to help pay for D’Souza’s guest lecture, and had to hurriedly contact the 60-plus guests and donors who had RSVP’d for the event over the last few days to tell them it was cancelled, he said.