THE END OF FREE SPEECH 2-1-2017

It is ironic that the college campus where the free speech movement began in the 1960’s has now officially ended with the riots at Berkley. The leftist Marxist no longer make any pretense they believe in free speech, much less freedom. This night will be long remembered as the night free speech died in America. It is sad, pathetic and fills me with rage.

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Riot Forces Cancellation Of Yiannopoulos Talk At UC Berkeley

Riot Forces Cancellation Of Yiannopoulos Talk At UC Berkeley

BERKELEY, Calif. (CBS SF/AP) — Protesters armed with bricks and fireworks mounted an assault on the building hosting a speech by polarizing Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos Wednesday night, forcing the event’s cancellation.

Yiannopoulos was making the last stop of a tour aimed at defying what he calls an epidemic of political correctness on college campuses.

With masked activists joining the already large group of protesters gathered in the area between Sather Gate and the north end of Telegraph Avenue as night fell, campus police were holding their positions near the entrance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union building hosting the event.

As the gathered crowd got more agitated, masked “black bloc” activists began hurling projectiles including bricks, lit fireworks and rocks at the building and police.

Some used police barriers as battering rams to attack the doors of the venue, breaching at least one of the doors and entering the venue on the first floor.

In addition to fireworks being thrown up onto the second-floor balcony, fires were lit outside the venue, including one that engulfed a gas-powered portable floodlight.

The area on Upper Sproul Plaza grew thick with smoke, and later tear gas, as the protest intensified.

At about 6:20 p.m., UC campus police announced that the event had been cancelled. Officers ordered the crowd to disperse, calling it an unlawful assembly.

Here protesters are trying to firebomb the building where the speech was scheduled to be held:

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