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Violent Protest

A protest at UC Berkeley over a scheduled appearance by right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos turned fiery and violent Wednesday night, prompting police to cancel the event and hustle the Breitbart News editor off campus.

 

But even after the event’s cancellation, hundreds of protesters spilled off campus into the city streets, where the violence continued as they confronted drivers, engaged in fights, smashed storefront windows and set fires.

 

Protesters decried President Trump’s policies as much as they did the visit by Yiannopoulos, a gay conservative who has been making the rounds at college campuses across the country with his “Dangerous **bleep**got” talks, specializing in remarks meant to insult, offend and disgust liberals who disagree with his ideas.

 

http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Protesters-storm-Milo-Yiannopoulos-event-at-UC-10901829.php

 

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Radical Left strikes again...  It's what happens when they "Don't get their way"...

 

 But wait, they did get their way the Milo speech was canceled.  Go figure.

 

What has happened to free speech?  Liberals needed to cancel it...

 

 

VIMTSTL
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@Centristsin2010 wrote:

your post was nothing but opinion

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Wasn't your post also opinion, representing your opinion?  Couldn't one say that what you posted is your opinion?  Basically that is what any poster here is doing, even when they make posts with actual facts which can be presented to reflect one's own opinion. 

 

Even your tagline represents your opinion as Trump was constitutionally elected; he is not an illegitimate President according to the Constitution as it infers.  One might disagree with his actions in office, but he is still the President.

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