The beautiful atrocity you are about to watch occurred at The University of Massachusetts Amherst, as a panel of three conservatives sought to speak about freedom of speech under the event title “The Triggering: Has Political Correctness Gone Too Far?”
According to New Boston Post,
Milo Yiannopoulos, a technology journalist from the U.K., joined Canadian comedian and political commentator Steven Crowder and equity feminist Christina Hoff Sommers, in the panel discussion moderated by Kyle Boyd, president of the UMass Amherst College Republicans.
But what should have been a lively discussion turned into a shoutfest almost from the start, a video shows.
“We have organized tonight’s event to explore a single question – has political correctness gone too far?” Boyd said as he tried to get the talk going amid shouts of both support and criticism.
The panelists didn’t back down, however, and some made comments aimed at provoking listeners. Yiannopoulos kept his introductory remarks short:
“Feminism is cancer,” he stated, and took his seat.
That’s when chaos ensued, thanks to one insufferable chick who simply could. not. even. Take a look below:
We’re not sure what the point of this event even was. It doesn’t seem to make sense to hold a panel where the moderator is a republican over a large group of left-leaning students (it’s pretty much the opposite of what “moderate” entails). However, the behavior shown by these students shouting is absolutely ridiculous. What the hell is going on in colleges now? Let us know what you think in the comments below.