The far-Left “tolerance” brigade, otherwise known as indoctrinated college protesters, once again proved why rational people don’t take them seriously. They chant, they resist, they persist, and yet nothing changes.
A group of low-information student protesters at Ohio State university formed outside a Young America’s Foundation-sponsored (YAF) speaking engagement by conservative commentator and Editor-in-Chief of Daily Wire Ben Shapiro on Tuesday. Being the low-information people that they are, they obviously resorted to making fun of both dead Republicans and a living Republican that they thought was dead.
You read that correctly.
According to The Federalist, the protesters chants included such brilliant barbs as “Reagan’s dead,” “John McCain’s dead,” and “Bush Senior’s dead.”
Just a little FYI — former president George H.W. Bush isn’t dead.
Leave it to the “tolerant” Left to celebrate the death of people they disagree with without actually knowing why they disagree with them.
Take a look at the Mensa members on full display:
But that’s not all, folks! Protesters also engaged in a very original chant of “F**k Ben Shapiro.”
Here’s video of that enlightening intellectual argument:
While a productive and civil discussion is going on inside the event, the hypocrisy of the Left is on FULL BLAST outside the venue.— YAF (@yaf) November 14, 2018
There’s only one place that hate is coming from tonight and it’s not @BenShapiro... pic.twitter.com/YtstspUIzc
What they should’ve chanted was, ‘We don’t know why, but f**k Ben Shapiro.’ That would’ve more accurately portrayed their knowledge on the subject of why Shapiro needed to be protested.
Simply put, these are children. The indoctrinators that taught them how to think are petulant children themselves that hate for no other reason than they don’t believe that America was ever great.
They protest, they chant, they fail, they cry. Whenever all those steps fall on deaf ears, don’t be surprised when violence from the Left escalates. That’s what happens when you don’t have a rational argument.