Ann Coulter Points Out The Left’s Long History Of Political Violence (VIDEO)

Ann Coulter appeared on the Judge Jeanine show this weekend and went through a history of violence from the political left. She made an excellent point, reminding viewers that liberal speakers can visit college campuses with no fear of attack but people like Ann need armed security.

She also gave numerous examples from recent history.

Here’s more from the FOX News Insider:

Ann Coulter: Left Has Historically Always Been More Violent Than the Right

Antifa, Black Lives Matter, the Weathermen, Occupy Wall Street, and other violent movements were all spearheaded by the left, the author and conservative columnist said on “Justice” Saturday.

“The left is constantly ginning their side up to be violent.”

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Liberal speakers are treated with “the utmost respect” at conservative colleges, she said, but not so conservative speakers on liberal campuses, she pointed out.

Coulter was prevented from speaking at the University of California at Berkeley in April when violent protesters made it unsafe for her to appear.

The anti-Trump movement called antifa is only the latest incarnation of left-wing violence, Coulter said.

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Just over the last year there are numerous examples of what Coulter is talking about. The media does what it can to downplay it but everyone can see what’s happening.


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