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Feb 03 2017

Gavin McInnes Attempts to Speak at NYU, Is Pepper-Sprayed, Shouted Down by Mob

It isn’t just Berkeley. Academia is degenerating to the point where it is not possible for a right-of-center voice to be heard. Any attempted dissent from leftism will be met with violence. At New York University:

Gavin McInnes spoke for only three minutes without interruption until the jeers started. He exited the Rosenthal Pavilion in the Kimmel Center for University Life 20 minutes after he took to the podium and was escorted from a mixed room of fans and sneering students — once he was in the back, McInnes decided to leave the premises immediately.

NYPD and NYU Public Safety Officers secured both the interior and exterior of the building, and even before he entered, McInnes was attacked with pepper spray. He was treated immediately by EMT while security and university officials waited outside the Kimmel bathroom door.

When he showed the toughness to start his speech anyway, he was drowned out with the classic fascist “Whose streets? Our streets!” rallying cry.

Police allowed only those with NYU IDs inside the Kimmel Center. Five arrests were made.

Senior Vice President of Student Affairs Marc Wais, who tried to calm down the mob, described this appalling event and the recent one at Berkeley as “a new normal.”

Here’s video of the circus outside (LANGUAGE ALERT; skip to 10:20 for an astonishing meltdown by a moonbat who is reportedly an NYU professor):

If that’s how professors behave in public now, we can only imagine what they are like in the classroom.

On tips from KirklesWorth and TCS III. Hat tip: Hot Air.

42 Responses to “Gavin McInnes Attempts to Speak at NYU, Is Pepper-Sprayed, Shouted Down by Mob”

  1. streets says:

    the left and even the democrat party is in the streets and ready to fight. non violence is a tactic not a goal. we get another kent state watch out!

  2. THOUGHTCRIMINAL2084 says:

    Old Yeller Moment, let Travis show us what to do with rabid animals foaming at the mouth:

  3. Kevin R. says:

    These thugs are the democrat party’s new KKK, they are doing everything they can to impose mob and Jim Crow type rule on the population in order to keep everyone on the left’s plantation, and they need to be countered with a new civil rights movement against their oppression and for freedom.

  4. Foxwater says:

    Let the snowflake nation keep it up. With all those dem-held senate seats up in the ’18 midterms, their antics tantamount to a golden goose.

  5. EVERYDAY PRESIDENT ☆ ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ says:

    Notice how the burkas area always in the first row when these “spontaneous” riots break out?

  6. TED says:

    THAT’s like going to IRAN to speak on the pleasures of BBQ’ing and eating PORK!!!

  7. TrojanMan says:

    Exhibit 58^356 why this country is doomed and cannot stay united.

  8. Torcer says:

    Most likely it was more right-wingers trying to make the left look bad /sarc.

    Conspiracy News Network: Lemon & Reich Say Conservatives Behind Berkeley Riot
    There’s no way liberal students at UC Berkeley would destroy their own campus, along with a Starbucks, to protest a half-Jewish, gay Brit whose entire schtick is to provoke violent reactions from the left. So it had to be a conservative plot to make the riots look like liberal students did it.

    Yeah, that’s the ticket.

    Conspiracy theorists Don Lemon and Robert Reich delved deep into tin-foil hat territory Tuesday with this exchange:

    REICH: “It absolutely does, Don. And I want to be very, very clear. I was there for part of last night and I know what I saw. Those people were not Berkeley students. Those people were outsiders, agitators. I’ve never seen them before. There’s rumors that they actually were right-wingers. They were a part of a group that were organized and ready to create the kind of tumult and danger you saw that forced the police to cancel the event.

  9. JackisBack says:

    Too bad they didn’t shoot that wench in her face. These communists are ugly and violent.

  10. Auburn Rapunzel says:

    “Those people were outsiders, agitators. I’ve never seen them before.”

    Translation: “I’m not prepared to admit that my party has paid riot squads.”

  11. Auburn Rapunzel says:

    It’s true, though. Milo’s entire schtick is to agitate (and make bank off of it). He deliberately says the most offensive things possible in order to get a rise out of people. It so happens that the people most likely to go into pearl-clutching hysterics right now are left-wingers.

  12. Torcer says:

    I defy anyone to get through the full 3:49 of this video:

    Celebs Make Mocking Video Complaining Trump Operating From “Alternative Constitution”…
    Warning for language
    The Alternative Constitution

    Via The Hill:

    Hollywood stars — including Susan Sarandon, Dulé Hill and Constance Wu — are mocking President Trump in a new video, saying the commander in chief is using an “alternative Constitution” to develop executive orders.

  13. SNuss says:

    As a conservative speaker,you are going to be attacked in any case. Why not let the Leftist snowflakes and their anarchist brethren have it with both barrels?

  14. SNuss says:

    Too bad that they don’t have a vaccine for Liberalism.

  15. octa bright says:

    I did not make it through, the smug ignorance got to me after 67 seconds. My rebuttal is as follows:
    1. Moslems are not banned. Residents of countries are banned, regardless of faith. Moslems from other countries ae not banned.
    2. Under existing law the President is authorized to ban groups or individuals he considers dangerous or troublesome at his discretion.
    3. Although the order was not well thought out, being unwise or poorly constructed does not invalidate a law, executive order, bureaucratic ruling, international agreement, or treaty. If it did much of the body of rules, rulings, and regulations of the past 100 years would be invalidated.
    This is an excellent example as to why Hollywood personalities should be ignored except when the are actually acting.

  16. Auburn Rapunzel says:

    That’s fine. I just doubt he’s conservative. Any new political movement like the alt-right–especially when they have discontent and disposable income–is going to attract carpetbaggers.

  17. Katya Kakhov says:

    They really believe in the Virtual Hitler narrative . It is past the point of a religion with these clowns

  18. StephaneDumas says:

    I found that one on the blog Contenance Blog, a new Trigglypuff.

    And that a professor as well and one Youtube user nicknamed nacazo nicknamed her “Professor Trigglypuff”.

    A new internet meme star is born. 😉

  19. ICEvictim says:

    it’s way past time for some Kent State action. Way past.

  20. ICEvictim says:

    they’d need a surgeon to retrieve that spray if it was this old dog

  21. ICEvictim says:

    there ya go with the pesky facts. Sheesh. Didn’t ya know this is all about pious points?

  22. ICEvictim says:

    celebrities??? where? High school?

  23. Mr. Freemarket says:

    And the question is “who paid for them?” Are these the same people who paid for the rioters in Ferguson?

    Why does the name George Soros keep coming up?

  24. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Why complain….this is a living constitution…that’s what you have been telling us all these years. Where were you when Barack Obama was distorting the constitution and rule of law?

  25. Mr. Freemarket says:

    It is a mistake to shoot at protesters. You will always lose public support, even (and perhaps especially) among conservatives. The rule of law says arrest them and charge them.

  26. 762x51 says:

    OK, but that isn’t happening for the most part. At some point it is GOING to happen, whether it is the cops or just some CCW holder protecting his family. The defender will be white and assailant non-white and Ferguson / Baltimore / LA, etc., will happen all over again. The difference next time is the same difference as the last time vs the time before that. The “protesters” will be more organized, equipped, and able to move faster to exploit the event and the insurrection grows.

    This has become a daily event, just read MB, and it is everywhere. Scale and intensity varies but it is widespread, sustained and growing. A Ft. Sumter event is on the horizon, it is only a matter of time. Once these “events” grow to a certain size, law enforcement cannot handle them because they are simply outmanned and out gunned. Most cities have less than 2 cops(sworn officers) per 1,000 citizens.

    The National Guard, nationwide, has around 30 operational Brigade sized combat teams, usually 3 battalions each totaling between 1500 and 3000 troops per brigade, 30 x 3000 = 90,000 NG combat troops. That is the total strength in all 50 states, combined. You MIGHT be able to take and hold a state the size of MA with that number, but I doubt it. They would be occupied just holding key terrain features and infrastructure in the major cities, airports, seaports, bridges, government buildings, power plants, water treatment facilities, etc.

    Besides, even IF you arrest the protesters and charge them, say 200 – 500 per night, where are you going to house them in week two? Catch and release will not work. Once these events grow to the point where they endanger people’s homes and families, you will no longer “lose public support” by shooting these vermin. Choosing between public support and the safety of your children becomes a very simple choice. We are already on the slippery slope courtesy of the Progressives, buckle up.

  27. 762x51 says:

    Wait, civil unrest and violence in the streets. Almost sounds like another civil war precursor event. Hmmm . . .

  28. 762x51 says:

    The only time progtards have any use for the “Constitution” is when they can twist it against America.

  29. SkankHunt42 says:

    It just occurred to me: the people demonstrating Milo are the same bunch of university snowflakes who defended Ahmadinejad’s right to speak at Columbia University and said they would give Hitler a platform to speak prior to September 1st 1939.

  30. Mr. Freemarket says:

    I’m a guy who preaches peace, not war. It is not inevitable. I’m all for being prepared for whatever might happen, but I’m going to do my best to preserve the constitution and this republic.

    In my own locale, I’ve been very active in the neighborhood watch program; working with police and my neighbors to let police know that we have their backs, that we stand with them; that they are not alone against unruly citizens.

    I also let my fellow citizens know that I have their backs, that I’m willing to reach out and find common ground. People who can talk to each other don’t end up shooting each other.

  31. 762x51 says:

    War is being forced upon you by an enemy, you have two choices surrender or fight. I guess from that perspective it isn’t “inevitable” as long as you are comfortable with surrender. It’s sort of like being mugged, you can try to avoid it but once it happens, the decision is not yours, it’s the assailants. The aggressor always makes those decisions for you, all you can do is surrender to them or fight them.

    I know you have been active in your neighborhood and have some great preps working for you, that’s all well and good. However, these scum are not your neighbors, they obviously cannot be reasoned with and have no interest in listening to what you have to say, that was the entire point of the article.

    People who have common ground can talk to each other. These people want you to be their slave or die, so where is the common ground?

    The Constitution AND the Republic survived one major and several minor “civil wars”, they will do so again. In fact, had the major civil war not been fought, the republic would not have survived as North and South would have gone their separate ways. The Ft. Sumter event is coming, when and where, who knows. I just know I can’t stop it from happening and I will not surrender when it does happen.

  32. Mr. Freemarket says:

    For my part, I have moved into an area where most of my neighbors are of a like mind with me. I moved out of a big city specifically because I believe in being prepared for the zombie apocalypse. And I have frequently told those who live in hell-holes such as California to get out.

    Your choice if you decide you would rather live in a war zone. My neighborhood is very, very unlikely to become a war zone, in part because we have one of the highest concentrations of gun ownership in the US.

  33. LadyImpactOhio says:

    Actually protesters at Berkely were from a Soros-backed group in Tucson.

  34. LadyImpactOhio says:

    I agree. My daughter graduated from Kent in 2001. I can tell you that town is eerie spooky. It’s like it’s haunted by the ghosts of those 4 kids.

  35. Torcer says:

    Or use it for Toilet paper.
    Recall back in the Obama error the artist who painted the image of his majesty burning the document. How many of those ‘celebrities’ opposed Obama during that time?

  36. Torcer says:

    Good question – someone had to provide the communications and infrastructure to bring them it, who was responsible?

  37. Mr. Freemarket says:

    My money is always on George Soros.

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