We’re so old we can remember people attending free speech events actually respected free speech. Have a look at this deranged, grossly obese slob having a total meltdown.
Students at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst set a new high for hysteria Monday night at an event featuring Christina Hoff Sommers, Milo Yiannopoulos, and Steven Crowder.
The event was intended to be a forum and discussion about the use of political correctness on campus, but degenerated into a shouting match as protesters sought to drown out the speakers with cries of “hate speech” and, less imaginatively, “fuck you.”
One of the protesters took it upon herself to pass out literature expressing her concern for the “triggering” event, claiming the speakers “all demonstrate either that you don’t give a shit about people’s trauma and pain and think it’s funny to thrust people into states of panic and distress OR that you fundamentally do not understand what a trigger is, what it means to be triggered, and what a trigger warning is meant to prevent.”
When Campus Reform asked the activist to elaborate on the flyers, she refused to provide her name or comment because, as she put it, “Campus Reform causes death and death threats due to its extreme language.”
As the speakers walked onto the stage they were greeted with boos and middle fingers from many audience members, to which Steven Crowder graciously responded with a middle finger of his own.
The speakers were constantly interrupted throughout the event by shouts from the audience to “go home” or that “we don’t want you here,” with some of the most enthusiastic hollering coming from the very protester Campus Reform had attempted to speak with before the event.
You couldn’t create this creature if you used an actor:
That thing will go far in life, unless her arteries explode. You almost feel drenched in sweat as Jabba Jr. flails those fleshy mounds called arms around.
That keyboard-pounding, screaming German fat kid from 2010 now a coed at UMass, apparentlyhttps://t.co/cjZ16g3cQp
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) April 26, 2016
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) April 27, 2016