A new study from Campus Reform found that of the 85 speakers the State University of New York at Albany hosted in the 2017-2018 school year, only two were conservatives.

Candace Owens, communications director for Turning Point USA, said she's not at all surprised by the study because she's witnessed a similar trend at universities across the country.

"These college campuses have essentially become islands of totalitarianism and fascism, and they create a lot of hurdles if and when you do want to bring a conservative speaker to campus," Owens said on "Fox & Friends"


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She added that the problem is not only an overabundance of liberal speakers, but the radical views that many of them express.

"It's fundamentally anti-Americanism. Linda Sarsour is welcomed on every campus and I am not," Owens said, referring to the outspoken Palestinian-American Women's March organizer who has been criticized for her views on Israel. 

Zachary R. Wood, associate editor at The Atlantic, said this means that students are graduating and going out in the world unprepared to deal with opposing views.

"What are you going to do when you get your first job? Are you going to say, 'Just because I disagree with someone, now I have to leave the room?'" Wood said.

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