All you need to know about the angry Left is encapsulated in this video

All you need to know about the angry Left is encapsulated in this video
Image: YouTube screen grab via Campus Reform

Profanity, self-victimization, grievance-mongering, exaggeration, and violence. All of these hallmarks of the present-day college liberal are on display in the viral video recorded below by a University of California, Riverside undergraduate named Matthew Vitale.

Vitale was minding his own business as he walked across campus this past week when he was accosted by the above foul-mouthed individual whose identity remains unknown.

The flash point for the coed was Vitale’s “Make America Great Again” hat, which the woman believed it was her responsibility — and right — to seize. She then reports the “offense” to the school’s Student Life Department.

In the video, courtesy of Campus Reform, the woman can be heard complaining:

So this guy thought it would be a good idea to go into a conference wearing this f*cking hat. “Look at the kind of sh*t he’s wearing. You know what this represents? This represents genocide — genocide of a bunch of people.

When Vitale tries to explain that taking another person’s property is wrong in a free society and against the law, the women replies, “Man, f*ck your laws.”

Eventually, Vitale pleads his case to the staffer, who tells the thief, “We will need to return his property to him.” Eventually, the woman complies, and the administrator in turn returns the hat to its rightful owner.

The profanity and hyperbole continue until the woman finally heads to the door in disgust only to find a couple of police or security officers waiting for her. At this point, the video ends, though one hopes justice was done.

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles is a freelance writer.


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