UC Berkeley Protesters Shut Down Campus Bridge And BLOCK WHITE STUDENTS (VIDEO)


This story is getting barely any coverage in the media but imagine how different things would be if a mob of white students were harassing and blocking students of color.

PJ Media reports:

VIDEO: UC Berkeley Students Violently Stop White People from Crossing Bridge

Protesters at the University of California Berkeley shut down a bridge, preventing white people from crossing it. The protesters then posted an “eviction notice” on a campus building, and finally paraded through the student union and the campus entrance, disrupting students who were trying to study and blocking traffic in a central intersection.

A group of about 100 students united to block one side of a bridge, chanting, “Go around! Go around!” to any white people in the area. One black protester told a white student trying to cross, “I’m telling you, this isn’t about you. This is about whiteness, this is not about you. We don’t care about you.”

This new “safe space” segregation forced white students to go around the bridge, crossing Strawberry Creek below it.

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Members of the University of California Police Department (UCPD) gathered to provide safety, and they gave helpful directions to white people who were physically prevented from crossing the bridge.

Watch the video:

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So the campus police were there and just allowed this to happen?

How is that right?


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