Have we really come to the point where criticisms are an offense worthy of expulsion?

Reason reports.

University Might Expel Student Who Criticized Black Lives Matter

Administrators at Purdue University Northwest have demanded a meeting with a student who made controversial statements on social media—and even threatened to expel him.

The student, Joshua Nash, isn’t sure exactly which comments got him into trouble—at a public university that is obligated to abide by the First Amendment, mind you—but suspects a Facebook post about Black Lives Matter might have done him in.

“Black Lives Matter is trash because they do not really care about black lives,” Nash recalled writing on Facebook, according to The College Fix. “They simply care about making money and disrupting events for dead people.” Someone reported the comment to Facebook, which removed it and suspended him for a month.

On Twitter, Nash describes himself as a gay conservative Christian who uses the pronouns “God, Overlord, and #DangerousFaggot,” the latter being a reference to Breitbart tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos. A Purdue administrator told Nash that describing himself in such a manner was “homopohobic,” according to The Fix.