Friday, February 3, 2017


Infowars Reporter Destroys Cowardly Anti-Trump Berkeley Terrorists 

 Published on Feb 2, 2017 Millie Weaver ( @Millie__Weaver ) destroys the narrative that the leftist anti-Trump protestors are peaceful law abiding citizens. 

 Berserkeley RIOTS 

 Psychotic Rioters Brutalize Trump Supporters And Destroy Free Speech

Trump Riot Victim Attacked At Berkeley 
Gives Infowars Exclusive 
 Prominent Leftists Defend, Justify Violent Riot 
at UC Berkeley

 Women beaten, pepper sprayed by crazed thugs before Milo event



republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
 Prominent left-wing journalists and celebrities responded to the violent
 riot and beatings of Trump supporters outside a Milo Yiannopoulos event
 at UC Berkeley by encouraging, defending or justifying the attacks.
Trump supporters were beaten with flag poles, punched and stomped during the chaos, with another woman being pepper sprayed during a TV interview.
Others were chased and stomped as the baying mob chanted “beat his ass!”
Rioters shot fireworks at the building in an effort to shut down the event.
The behavior perfectly fits the definition of domestic terrorism, and Antifa should now be officially designated as a domestic terrorist group.
President Trump responded to the mayhem by threatening to cut off federal funds to UC Berkeley.
However, instead of decrying the violence, prominent leftists across the spectrum justified and even applauded it.
Hollywood director Judd Apatow threatened Trump supporters with a since deleted tweet in which he stated, “This is just the beginning. When will all the fools who are still supporting Trump realize what is at stake?”
The Mayor of Berkeley Jesse Arreguin also legitimized the riots by calling them a reaction to “hate speech”.
After the riots, Google engineer Adrienne Porter Felt called on people to donate to UC Berkeley.
Buzzfeed’s Hannah Jewell apparently thought the beating and pepper spraying of women was funny.
MSNBC producer Kyle Griffin slammed Trump for being “upset….over a Breitbart editor,” presumably unaware of the fact that innocent people were beaten by the rioters.
VICE columnist Hussein Kesvani’s main gripe was that Milo Yiannopoulos was made to appear “reasonable”.
This is the violence that the mainstream media and the left has legitimized for the last 18 months. This process intensified after news outlets like the Nation and Newsweek celebrated alt-right leader Richard Spencer being punched in the face during the inauguration last month.
This is what happens when leftists openly call for Trump’s assassination and argue that violent attacks on his supporters should not be condemned.
It is also important to note that Antifa radicals do not care if they are loathed and hated by the vast majority of Americans. They don’t care how bad the optics look of masked thugs violently shutting down free speech. They will always resort to violence because they can safely rely on the media to report the as a “protest” and not what it actually was – a violent riot laced with instances of domestic terrorism.
The media will never acknowledge that this was a violent riot because they want to maintain the “chaos narrative” that the Trump administration is illegitimate, permanently in crisis and unstable.
In reality, the only thing that is “illegitimate” is these “protests,” because they are not protests, they are violent riots and have no place in a civil society.
  Berkeley Mayor Blasts “Ultra-Nationalist Far Right” in Response to Anti-Milo Riot
Berkeley Mayor Blasts “Ultra-Nationalist Far Right” 
in Response to Anti-Milo Riot
 Mayor downplays terrorism in his city
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In response to the anti-Milo riot at UC Berkeley, the city’s mayor blasted the “ultra-nationalist far right” despite the exhaustive news coverage showing socialists attacking Trump supporters.

“Last night, a small minority of the protestors who had assembled in opposition to a speaking engagement featuring a prominent white nationalist engaged in violence and property damage,” Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín said in a press release. “They also provided the ultra-nationalist far right exactly the images they want to use to try to discredit the vast majority of peaceful protestors in Berkeley…”
But 1) Milo Yiannopoulos is not a “white nationalist,” he constantly brags about sleeping with African-American men, and 2) all the videos and photos of the riot – and there’s thousands – show it was Trump voters who were violently attacked by leftist mobs flying anarcho-communist flags and street thugs from nearby Oakland, so why not point that out instead?
Arreguín’s response may trigger a federal investigation into his city’s handling of the riot, especially after some suggested the police didn’t do enough to stop the violence.
Would Arreguín’s handling of the situation been different if it were Trump supporters – who he calls the “ultra-nationalist far right” – attacking socialists instead?  Based on his politicized tweet, in which he personally attacked Milo, it certainly appears so.
This brings to mind the city in Arizona where city officials were successfully sued after they denied prompt police service and constitutional rights to residents who were “non-believers” of the Mormon cult in control of the town.
That begs the question: were pro-Trump victims at the Milo riot denied better police protection and the right to peacefully assemble because they were “non-believers” of the socialist cult in control of Berkeley?
  Conway: Media Is "Emboldening" Violent Rioters
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Conway: Media Is "Emboldening" Violent Rioters
 "I don't even know if they know what they’re protesting. Really, what is it, the free speech?"
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Senior Trump aide Kellyanne Conway has blasted the mainstream media for “emboldening” rioting anarchists, in the wake of the unrest at the University of California in Berkeley.
Appearing on Fox & Friends, Conway accused the media of implicitly supporting violence and non-peaceful protest.

“What’s going on out there is what’s going on all across the country,” Conway urged.
“You have protesters who feel very emboldened. They’ve got media cameras following them, they give interviews.”she added.

“I don’t even know if they know what they’re protesting. Really, what is it, the free speech? Having someone on your campus who has a dissenting point of view or wants to present an alternative point of view?” Conway said, referring to Breitbart News editor, Milo Yiannopoulos, who was forced to cancel an appearance at Berkley due to the reaction.
Conway noted that when the rioters ‘grow up’ they are in for a shock.
“In the real world, when these kids grow up and try to find jobs – which they will in the Trump economy – [they’ll see] life doesn’t work that way, folks.” Conway said.
The rioters took on police after smashing private property, attacking motorists, and setting fires, as a demonstration of their opposition to Yiannopoulos.

Yiannopoulos blamed the cancellation of his appearance on “violent left-wing protestors,” and said that they are “absolutely terrified of free speech and will do literally anything to shut it down.”

video has emerged of the rioters attacking bystanders and Trump supporters:

President Trump responded to the unrest by threatening to cut funding for the University: