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Author Ann Coulter warned Tuesday that we "are looking at the death" of fundamental freedoms like that of speech and the right to bear arms.

She reacted to a Gallup study quoted by Tucker Carlson that revealed 53 percent of college students think having a more "diverse and inclusive society" is more important than the Constitutionally protected right to free speech.

Carlson asked whether there has "ever been a more obedient little cadre of robots than college students."

"We are looking at the death of America's fundamental freedoms," Coulter said, adding that students must stop "pretending to be rebels" when they appear simply to be doing the bidding of corporate America in many aspects.

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