Do you ever get the feeling that some people on the far left protest just for the sake of protesting? You’d be right. In fact, in Berkeley, they’ve taken it to a whole new level.
Hot Air reports:
Protesters In Berkeley Aren’t Sure Why They Are Protesting
So the setup for this clip is that Fletcher is in Berkeley where people turned up to protest despite the fact that “Free Speech Week” was canceled. The highlight here is when Fletcher approaches a throng of white protesters chanting “Nazi scum” at someone. He asks who the crowd is directing the chant toward and no one answers. The target turns out to be a Trump supporter of Indian descent. “Are you a Nazi?” Fletcher asks. “No, I’m not,” the man replies, bewildered. He adds that he has also been labeled a “white supremacist” apparently because of his Trump hat.
I’m sure in a crowd of a few hundred students at an elite school like Berkeley there are several people that could put together a coherent, detailed argument to oppose a certain speaker or the President himself. But you definitely get the impression a lot of people out there are just coasting on simple slogans, careless hyperbole, and unfocused anger.
Watch the video:
This would be funny if it wasn’t so sad.