Ann Coulter can speak at the University of California-Berkeley after all, the university says—but the different date it has proposed is nowhere near good enough. 

After Berkeley, which said it called off her April 27 speech due to security concerns, issued a press release saying she had been offered a slot on May 2, Coulter slammed the university in a series of tweets, the Hill reports. 

The conservative author complained "burdensome conditions" were being put on her constitutional right to speak, likened Berkeley to a "Southern sheriff" trying to stop black people from voting, and vowed to speak on the original date.

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