It’s unfortunate that the Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin completely failed to recognize the recent events at the UC Berkeley campus as Left-wing inspired terrorist attacks against free speech. The Mayor sided with the unruly crowd that used force to intimidate other protesters by physically attacking them.
The rioters went to the extent of shooting fireworks at the building where Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak. The left-wing media has been at its best as it tries to mislabel the far-right speaker Yiannopoulos by branding him as a white nationalist. As a result, the brainwashed followers continue to hate on Milo for all the wrong reasons.
In a statement released by Arreguin in , he acknowledged that the protesters had damaged property and resorted to violence in opposition to Milo’s scheduled appearance, adding that it was a small group. The Mayor also said that the rioters provided the ultra-nationalist far right the exact kind of images that they want to use to try to discredit the vast majority of peaceful protesters in Berkeley. In what appeared to be totally biased, Arreguin did not address the fact that Trump supporters were attacked viciously by leftist Oakland thugs. There was a total of 1,500 protesters who showed up at the event, ten percent of them had the sole intent of inciting the violence.
It’s only right to ask a critical and crucial question on whether the violent protesters were paid to put on a show. George Soros-affiliated groups have a tendency to attend events like this and foolishly support his atrocious agenda. In a statement released by the University, the violence was instigated by a group of about 150 masked agitators who came onto campus and interrupted an otherwise non-violent protest.
The police officers allegedly failed to calm the riots. The Mayor’s statement wasn’t exactly appropriate either. The Mayor made some senseless remarks as he tried to justify the violence by insisting Milo’s presence caused the violence.
Milo has made it clear that he would like an apology from both the city and the university. However, that’s not expected to come soon. The President also condemned the riots and threatened to cease funding to the University due to the inappropriate response to the incident. Trump tweeted that if U.C. Berkeley does not allow free speech and practices violence on innocent people with a different opinion – No Federal Funds.