Milo Yiannopoulos doesn’t take liberal blacklash lying down. After UC Davis cancelled his speaking engagement due to liberal protests, he returned to the scene. Liberals melted down.
NBC News reported the dust up:
An event at a California university featuring controversial so-called “pharma bro” Martin Shkreli and Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos was canceled Friday after a large number of protesters blocked entrance to the event, UC Davis said.
The speakers were invited by the student group Davis College Republicans. UC Davis said in a statement that after protesters blocked the venue “it was determined that it was no longer feasible to continue with the event safely.”
“I am deeply disappointed with the events of this evening,” Interim Chancellor Ralph J. Hexter said in a statement. “Our community is founded on principles of respect for all views, even those that we personally find repellent.”
What do you do when liberal minds shut down free speech and debate? You show up and march in protest, yourself.
Breitbart editor MILO and former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli will lead a rally this afternoon on UC Davis’ campus to protest the violent anti-free speech activists who shut down their eventthat was scheduled for last night.
Here’s a taste of what took place:
The audio is poor, but Milo gives it back to the protestors as only he can. Generally, the crowd was receptive. Perhaps there’s a turning tide to come in the future regarding conservative speech.
MILO: Your university is trying to claim that he College Republicans cancelled the event last night. It’s only true to a point. It true that they were told by the police that they would be responsible for property damage. … injuries … and any other things that happen.