What kind of sub-humans would try to bully a man in a wheelchair?— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) August 30, 2017
Of course it's Antifa. pic.twitter.com/z5mvRVvB4g
The University of California in Berkeley was again the scene of violence recently, as protesters claimed license to silence those with whom they disagree. Their fight against “fascism” took the form of not just stopping a speech, but assaulting those who came to hear it.
For those of us at universities and colleges, these counter-demonstrators, and in particular the masked antifa protesters, are a troubling and growing presence on our campuses. They have been assaulting people and blocking speeches for years with relatively little condemnation. They flourish in an environment where any criticism is denounced as being reflective of racist or fascist sentiments.
However, as the latest violence in Berkeley vividly demonstrates, there is no distinction between these protesters and the fascists they claim to be resisting. They are all fascists in their use of fear and violence to silence others. What is particularly chilling is how some academics have given this anti-speech mob legitimacy through pseudo-philosophical rationalizations....
“They come dressed in uniforms. They have weapons, almost like a militia..." https://t.co/wTl0dBrWWY— RightAlerts (@RightAlerts) August 30, 2017
Nancy Pelosi issues a surprisingly unequivocal denunciation of violence from antifa https://t.co/HE8BxOGb2z— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) August 29, 2017