Milo fans and Trump supporters were assaulted with rocks. A woman was pepper-sprayed. A man was dragged from his car and beaten--all for disagreeing with rioters whose ideology had already been defeated. Now, and for all time, these brazen acts of barbarism--including setting fire to their own campus--have utterly discredited them.
Here is an impassioned speech from Milo, recorded live during the event. His words are far more convincing than any third-hand report--which is why his foes are violently desperate to shut him up.
Note for those who claim to hate "Nazis": if your only answer to political disagreement is using violence to intimidate your opponents into submission to your political will, you cease to be protesters. You are now terrorists.
Driven by violent hate for a homosexual Catholic of Jewish extraction, you also resemble something else.
But the irony is probably lost on those who abandon reason for blind aggression.
Make no mistake. The terrorists who burned UC Berkeley and assaulted its students do not believe that their opponents are Nazis. Why attack their own ideological brethren? No. They crave violence for its own sake and apply ridiculous labels to justify their blood lust.
The domestic terrorists had one good idea. Let us finish what they started and raze academia to the ground. Universities are no longer institutions of higher learning. They are indoctrination camps that churn out overgrown children unable to cope with adult life at best--and anti-civilizational barbarians at worst.
The final word is given to Mr. Stefan Molyneux, who, though not a believer, cries out for peace with a passion, logic, and charity only found in those in whom the Holy Spirit dwells. Yet even his mighty heart may have reached the breaking point.