Berkeley Lit on Fire Over Words

BERKELEY, UNITED STATES - FEBRUARY 2: A view of a broken window of a bank after the protest got out of control as masked groups of people with long iron sticks intervene and cause damage to the windows of banks and shops at Sproul Hall in Berkeley, California, United States on February 2, 2017. Protesters prevent Milo Yiannopoulous, known as a conservative author and an activist supporting republicans, from delivering a speech during an activity organized at Sproul Hall of University of California, Berkeley. (Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

It is the California campus credited for the start of the Free Speech Movement, but last night, people at Berkeley reacted violently against that very thing. (Read the CNN story here.)

Milo Yiannopoulos is a Breitbart writer. He tours and makes speeches around the world.  He is a gay, self-promoting self-described provocateur. Some people believe he is a Neo-Nazi, others say he is a Fascist. And that's where the fun began on campus. 

University officials say the people who lit fires and turned violent were NOT students. Eventually, they may tell you how they know that, but in reality, it ultimately doesn't matter, because students were undeniably a part of last night's festivities. 

College kids in this country are becoming exactly what they rail against.  Intolerant. Unwilling to listen to opposing views. Unwilling to let anyone else hear opposing views. They are marching in lockstep with one another, and the irony is completely lost on them. 

What do they hate so much? You tell me. Here is Milo, in all his self-proclaimed glory. How about YOU decide if you want to hear what he has to say?  How about YOU decide what you think about him, rather than be TOLD how you are going to feel about him? 



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