Milo Yiannopoulos: “When They Go Low, We Go High. and Then Attack Women” (with Pepper Spray)


Milo Yiannopoulos on violent protest at UC Berkeley: “When they go low, we go high. And then attack women.”

Anarchists and activists smashed windows – including the Martin Luther King Student Union at UC Berkeley and a building where Yiannopoulos was supposed to give a speech. The rioters, masked in black, used baseball bats, rocks, and fire to destroy property.

Milo Yiannopoulos, the controversial Breitbart editor who is gay, has been criticized for his extreme views on Islam, LGBT issues, and immigration. Protesters aggregated at the student center about 5 p.m. PT and set fires, torched a portable light tower on fire, shot Roman Candles and other fireworks, broke windows of campus buildings, looted a Starbucks, attacked Trump supporters with sticks, and threw objects at police.

My cousin is the girl who got pepper sprayed on the news and we both were assaulted by Antifa shortly afterwards. I got pepper sprayed myself and then was beaten by multiple assailants. Luckily some people were brave enough to come in and pull us out of therew. I will never forget the hateful looks in the eyes of those masked terrorists. I was so afraid for my own life and the cops saw all of it happen and did nothing to hel anyone. It was truly sickening. My cousin is a proud Trump supporter while I dislike Trump and am more of a libertarian/classic liberal. We stood together last night for free speech despite our differences.

— Angelo Reyes

A protest has turned violent at the University of California, Berkeley, where the editor of the conservative news website Breitbart and Trump supporter, Milo Yiannopoulos, was due to give a speech against “sanctuary campuses” for undocumented students.

AERIAL/NO AUDIO: A protest turned violent at the University of California at Berkeley, resulting in the cancellation of a talk from conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos, an editor of Breitbart News.

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