Leftist Attacks Turning Points USA Recruiter in Berkeley [VIDEO]


An attack which took place at the University of California-Berkeley saw a recruiter for Turning Point USA get beaten up by a local thug. He has yet to be identified, but the police think they know who he is and they say he is not a student and has no affiliation with the university at all.

Campus Reform has released a video of the attack and it was brutal. Don’t you find it amazing that an obvious hoax like Jussie Smollett got 24/7 coverage but you haven’t and won’t see this attack on CNN, MSNBC or any of the other alphabet stations.

From The Conservative Tribune

“(A)t least twice, the situation turned violent and now, police are asking for help in identifying the suspects,” Campus Reform continued.

Video from multiple angles certainly appears to confirm that account. An attacker who has not yet been identified can be seen becoming irate and shouting hateful words at the conservative student, who tries his best to de-escalate the situation.

Then the leftist begins throwing punches, with at least one of them landing on the student’s face. At another point, the attacker can be heard aggressively threatening to “shoot” the student.

And bystanders at the famously left-wing university campus? They seemed to be completely fine with a violent political assault taking place against a conservative as they watched.

“Some students nearby tabling were laughing, even one guy was smiling while I was being attacked and trying to hand me his flyer as a joke,” Williams told Campus Reform.

“The idea is free speech has consequences…. which include you getting assaulted if they find you promoting ideas others don’t agree with,” he continued.

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