Tucker Carlson Debates Crazy Organizer of the Berkeley Riots

Yvette Felarca of By Any Means Necessary (BAM) organized the Berkeley riots. Here, Tucker Carlson debates this crazy woman. Check it out.

Tucker Carlson Debates the Organizer of the Berkeley Riots

Her definition of a fascist isn’t too far from being accurate. She describes Milo Yiannopoulos as a fascist. Milo does not use any violence to get his message across. People who agree with Milo committed violence, so in her mind that is enough. That makes her a fascist. Yet she turns around and uses violence to keep him from simply being a public speaker on campus. She claims that he is being used by Steve Bannon and Breitbart to go from campus to campus and recruit people to spread their message and commit violence. She calls Milo homophobic, despite the fact that he is gay. Also she says he should not have the right to freedom of speech.

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As always Tucker does an awesome job asking the right questions. She had no choice but to make herself look like a fool. Mission accomplished.

Yvette Felarca works at Martin Luther King Middle Jr. School. Here is video footage of some of the work she has done when it comes to preventing free speech.


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