Determined Ann Coulter to Speak at Berkeley Public Square on Thursday

This story broke about a half hour ago. The situation is fluid and subject to change. The important thing to bear in mind is that the liberal/progressive/Communist police state in Berkeley wants Ann not to speak. If she does speak, some of them would like her dead, which poses problems for law enforcement.

By this point in time, the Berkeley police have had plenty of time to infiltrate the violent criminal thug groups that call themselves the antifa. If a pro-white group were as violent, all its leaders would be under arrest and charged with hate crimes.

The Hill

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter will give a speech at a public plaza at the University of California at Berkeley on Thursday, sparking concerns about massive protests causing safety hazards.

Coulter will speak at Sproul Plaza, the legendary site of the 1960s Free Speech Movements, an area that is open to the public.

UC Berkeley’s chancellor Nicholas Dirks told the Washington Post the school is worried about not being able to screen attendees for weapons.

If the event were inside, the university could use metal detectors and otherwise search for weapons, Dirks said.

“In an open space, you have almost no control over that,” he added, according to the Post report. “The challenges are immense.”

The Post report indicated the school is readying police for the event.

Coulter has repeatedly insisted she will speak on Thursday, despite Berkeley initially canceling the event over safety concerns. Berkeley attempted to move the event date until May 2, but Coulter rejected the proposed change.

“Nice day for an outdoor speech at Berkeley,” Coulter tweeted Monday, sharing a Thursday weather report for the area.

On Monday, the students who initially invited Coulter to speak filed a lawsuit against the school.

The suit accuses “university administrators and campus police” of “repressive actions” to stifle free speech.

Berkeley’s concerns for safety follows massive protests that erupted on campus in February, after the same College Republicans group that invited Coulter brought right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos to speak at the university.

A Berkeley student who is a member of the student groups that invited Coulter told the Post that he shares the school’s concerns for safety, and they are hoping to find an off-campus space for the talk.

He said Coulter has still insisted she will speak at the public plaza.

“We’re worried about it turning into a huge battle between her security and conservative militia and anti-fascists and others,” student Pranav Jandhyala told the Post. “To have that right in middle of Sproul doesn’t bode well for the image of our school or the city. We’re worried about violence and student safety and our own safety as well. It’s a huge safety concern.”

While I was putting together this post, Breitbart broke the news that the Young Americans for Freedom are pulling out of the Ann Coulter event due to the extreme danger. YAF blames a university administration hostile to free speech for their action. I believe we might call their action cowardly.

College Professor Arrested for Bloody Bike Lock Attack at Battle of Berkeley After /pol Doxxing

ERIC CLANTON. VIOLENT PSYCHOPATH.

We have to keep the pressure on to make sure that the person identified as the Berkeley bike lock coward is arrested and fired from his job as a college teacher.

The Gateway Pundit

The recent incident in Berkeley, colloquially known now as “The Battle of Berkeley”, brought us numerous and new infamous Antifa idiots to laugh at, but one story coming from that event should not as easily be laughed off.

Diablo Valley College professor Eric Clanton has been unmasked by a group of online free speech advocates. Utilizing the concept of crowdsourcing, /pol/, a message board hosted on 4Chan, was able to figure out who exactly assaulted a pro-1st Amendment demonstrator . . .

Enter professor and violent, domestic terrorist Eric Clanton. Watch him hit a Trump supporter over the head with a bike lock which left him profusely bleeding from his head.

Antifa Terrorist Who Beat Trump Supporter in Head WITH BIKE LOCK Identified as Local Professor! (VIDEO)

Carter Apr 20th, 2017 1:11 pm 366 Comments

The recent incident in Berkeley, colloquially known now as “The Battle of Berkeley”, brought us numerous and new infamous Antifa idiots to laugh at, but one story coming from that event should not as easily be laughed off.

Diablo Valley College professor Eric Clanton has been unmasked by a group of online free speech advocates. Utilizing the concept of crowdsourcing, /pol/, a message board hosted on 4Chan, was able to figure out who exactly assaulted a pro-1st Amendment demonstrator . . .

Enter professor and violent, domestic terrorist Eric Clanton. Watch him hit a Trump supporter over the head with a bike lock which left him profusely bleeding from his head.

HERE IS FOOTAGE OF THE ASSAULT:

Clanton is a professor of philosophy at Diable Valley College.

Clanton allegedly was a student as SFSU; not a surprise that he got his education in Liberalville, USA.

After much digging, the Internet finally placed him:

He is known to rant to his students about anarchist tactics . . .

What is most amazing about the unmasking of Eric Clanton is the level of dedication and time spent by random Internet users to track down the violent criminal . . .

We are also going to have to keep the pressure on to make sure the District Attorney files the proper charges. In my opinion, the proper charge is attempted murder. Lesser charges that let Clanton off with community service are not acceptable.

Ann Coulter Defiant Even as UC Berkeley Flip Flops on Speech

DEFIANT.

No dice.

That’s Ann Counlter’s response to a UC Berkeley offer to allow her to speak on campus five days after the original scheduled date of her speech, which was initiated by the school’s College Republicans.

And so the fun begins. And by fun I mean antifa, assaults, blood, and general chaos.

Times Colonist

BERKELEY, Calif. — University of California, Berkeley officials said Thursday they have a “grave concern” of violence on campus if Ann Coulter follows through on her vow to speak next week at the university.

Chancellor Nicholas B. Dirks instead proposed an alternate May 2 date for the conservative author, reversing a decision from a day earlier when officials cancelled the event.

Coulter took to Twitter to reject the offer, saying she will appear next Thursday as originally planned.

“I’m speaking at Berkeley on April 27th, as I was invited to do and have a contract to do,” tweeted Coulter, who was invited to speak by campus Republicans. In a separate tweet she said she’s not free May 2.

Coulter’s rejection potentially sets the stage for another political brawl at Berkeley, where violent protesters forced the cancellation of a speech by former Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos in February.

Dirks told a news conference that police have “very specific intelligence regarding threats that could pose a grave danger to the speaker,” her audience and protesters if the event goes ahead next Thursday. He urged Coulter to speak at the later date instead, when the university can provide an “appropriate, protectable venue.”

The Berkeley College Republicans invited Coulter to speak on the subject of illegal immigration.

On Wednesday, UC Berkeley officials announced they were calling off the event because of security concerns.

“We have been unable to find a safe and suitable venue,” officials wrote in a letter to the campus Republicans on Wednesday. “Given current active security threats, it is not possible to assure that the event could be held successfully.”

Coulter responded Wednesday, also on Twitter, by saying she planned to come anyway.

Campus spokesman Dan Moguluf said Coulter’s promise “to come to the campus come what may” prompted Dirks to launch an expanded search beyond the usual venues for high-profile speakers to find one where officials can ensure safety.

Berkeley has been the site of clashes between far-right and far-left protesters, most recently at a rally last weekend called in support of President Donald Trump in downtown Berkeley.

Mogulof said campus police learned that some of the groups that appeared to be responsible for the violence last weekend and at the Yiannopoulos event “planned to target the appearance of Ann Coulter on campus.”

Some of the groups? Let’s name the group. It’s the black clad, black masked antifa. It’s called a criminal conspiracy to deny Ann Coulter her constitutional right to speak.

The members of the “I punch Nazis” group are at this point a violent criminal gang who should be treated as such. If local authorities won’t step in, then AG Jeff Sessions should order the FBI to infiltrate the group, gather evidence, and send the members to prison.

Looking on the bright side, maybe Louise Rosealma will show up again and take another punch. This time to her schnoz.

ACTION FROM THE LAST BATTLE OF BERKELEY.

Black Website The Root Cleverly Distorts the Meaning of Richard Spencer and His Message

The article at the center of this post was penned by one Michael Harriot, whose photo shows a Negro. The piece itself reads like Jew Spew.

The title is Richard Spencer’s Racist Little Secret.

What is the secret the writer claims to reveal? That Spencer has no followers.

I think they said pretty much the same about Donald Trump a couple of years ago.

But even if Spencer has no followers, so what? Jesus had 12 and look what happened.

When they can’t fight your logic with logic of their own, they smear you. The writing here is very clever, but it’s not intended to do anything other than fill up space.

White Nationalism is a grievance movement. Whites have honest grievances. It is also a movement with a positive vision–a white homeland. Being cut off from parasiting from us scares the hell out of the black and the left. When whites have their homeland, the left will be exposed as economically, politically, and morally bankrupt. It will be fun to watch blacks turn on them.

The Root

On Tuesday, Richard Spencer—who is the actual throw-up in the back of your mouth—visited Auburn University in Alabama to spew his white nationalist rhetoric. Following the donnybrook that happened in Berkeley, Calif., last week, every media outlet prepared for another showdown between his supposed legion of neofascists and students opposed to his nonsense. I even went to bear witness to the expected tumult.

After his appearance, headlines everywhere documented the thousands of protesters, the brief skirmishes and the First Amendment legal battle that paved the way for his speech. There is one thing they all failed to mention about the brouhaha that ensued:

No one really cared.

That’s right. The whole “celebrity founder of a nationwide ‘alt-right’ movement” narrative is a scam. Richard Spencer is simply an overhyped, racist, Kardashian-like curiosity. He is a media-driven drama queen starring in a reality show that no one cares to watch. He has very few fans and almost no devotees. Richard Spencer is a hoax.

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The Battle(s) of Berkeley–Someone Is Going to Get Killed. Where Is Trump?

President Trump appears to have abandoned his supporters to the violence of the antifa. Why is he not doing something to ensure that Lauren Southern, Ann Coulter, and Richard Spencer have the right to speak without the left trying to shut them down with violence?

The antifa are a terrorist organization. Attorney General Jeff Sessions should prosecute every single one of them on federal hate crime charges.

Condensed from UNZ

“Weimerica” is a common term for neoreactionaries and right wingers disgusted with the decadent culture and self-hatred of the modern United States. But it took on a whole new meaning Saturday when street fighting between organized groups of the Left and the Right broke out in Berkeley, California as antifa tried to shut down a free speech rally. And by all accounts, it was the nationalists who came out on top.

Naturally, the Main Stream Media is outraged. The same people who were feting antifa violence at the inauguration and writing puff pieces about the Black Blocs are demanding a crackdown. One Shane Bauer of Mother Jones spent the day chronicling the Left’s defeat and occupied himself the following morning screaming for everyone (including President Trump) to condemn the right wing protesters.

The MSM seems utterly determined to ignore the core truth at the heart of the violence in Berkeley—it was the antifa who showed up determined to cause trouble and deny others their right to free speech. Indeed, this is the only thing antifa ever do, the sole purpose of their entire existence.

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Left Calls for Beheading, Lynching of Berkeley College Republicans

ANN COULTER. SHE’S COMING TO BERKELEY COURTESY OF THE COLLEGE REPUBLICANS.

The Second (or third?) Battle of Berkeley will emerge on April 29 when conservative speaker and writer Ann Coulter appears on the University of California at Berkeley campus to deliver a talk.

The school’s Republican students have long been the target of abusive illegal threats from the left, abuse the media has been silent about. I guess reporters are too busy promoting antisemitic vandalism that usually turns out to be a hoax.

The young conservatives have been threatened with beheadings. Muslims?

Heat Street

The University of California at Berkeley’s College Republicans have received several death threats in recent weeks, with unidentified vandals posting stickers across campus calling for members of the group to be beheaded or lynched.

But the most recent round of sticker threats comes less than two months after students, protesting the College Republican’s speaking event for Milo Yiannopoulos, caused $100,000 in damage on campus.

A spokesman for the group told the student newspaper that the College Republicans have long received threats, dating back even before the November election.

A College Republicans spokeswoman also said that members had been “pepper sprayed, sucker-punched and verbally and physically assaulted for voicing their opinions and beliefs” on campus. And in March, members caught another student destroying one of the College Republicans’ signs, posting video of the vandalism to their Facebook page.

By deadline, neither UC Berkeley nor the university’s police department responded to Heat Street’s queries about how many individual reports they had received about threats or vandalism targeting the College Republicans.

This semester, the Berkeley College Republicans have hosted speeches for other controversial speakers, including Charles Murray and Heather Mac Donald. On April 27, the group will host Ann Coulter.

The student newspaper slammed the College Republicans’ choice of Coulter in a staff editorial published Friday.

“Bringing a controversial troll onto campus hoping to ‘bridge the divide’ among political ideologies seems like a familiar attempt to ‘create a dialogue’ — the same misguided rhetoric used by Berkeley College Republicans when they invited Milo Yiannopoulos to speak on campus in February. We all know how that ended,” the editorial board wrote, linking to an article about the violent protests.

Defiant, Angry Richard Spencer Denied Auburn Platform, Vows to Speak Anyway

The next violent confrontation between the antifa and free speech supporters may happen tonight in Auburn, Alabama. The antifa have vowed to shut down Richard Spencer’s effort to speak to students at Auburn University.

Auburn has cancelled his speech, but Spencer is going onto campus anyway, along with a phalanx of bodyguards.

The Plainsman has just reported that Spencer went to court on Monday, asking for an injunction against Auburn University’s ruling that he is not allowed to speak.

SPLC Hatewatch

In the wake of violent exchanges between Trump supporters and antifascist counter protestors—and after university officials cancelled his appearance amid concerns—alt-right extremist Richard Spencer is moving forward with plans to speak at Auburn University.

White nationalist Richard Spencer—who coined the phrase “alt-right”—is planning on standing in the schoolhouse door.

In a defiant statement responding to Auburn University cancelling an appearance this Tuesday, Spencer casually compared himself to African-American students who worked to desegregate colleges during the Civil Rights Movement in the “historically significant” state of Alabama, and claimed his struggle was similar to theirs.

Moreover, with or without the school’s blessing, Spencer said he’s moving forward with his talk.

“The fact is, this situation is now much bigger than I am. This isn’t just about Richard Spencer. This isn’t just about the alt-right and some cowardly and naive bureaucrats in Auburn University,” Spencer said. “This is about whether we have free speech in this country or whether we don’t.”

Spencer’s Auburn speech is part of a university campus tour he announced in January on the website Radix, his white nationalist journal.

“Richard Spencer—the originator of the term ‘Alt Right’ and one of the most politically incorrect men alive—is coming to your college!” the announcement read. “He’ll debate your favorite feminist professor . . . make the SJWs cry . . . and rustle the jimmies of the campus, if not the world.”

The plan was designed to piggyback on tours of U.S. campuses other alt-right speakers had taken—figures such as Milo Yiannopoulos, the former Brietbart tech editor who was fired after an interview surfaced in which he casually dismissed pedophilia. In January, a Yiannopoulos speech devolved into chaos in Seattle, leaving one antifascist shot by a Trump supporter.

Spencer’s appearance, planned for an undisclosed time on Tuesday, comes just days after Trump supporters and counter protesters again clashed violently in Berkeley, California, the third time the city has seen violent confrontations in recent months. The Los Angeles Times reported that 250 police officers were sent to the melee at Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park in downtown Berkeley, where Trump supporters had gathered for a “Patriots Day” rally. Twenty-one people were arrested.

Many, including Auburn university officials, are concerned that Spencer’s appearance at Auburn brings with it similar threats of violence and disorder.

“We strongly deplore his views, which run counter to those of this institution. While his event isn’t affiliated with the university, Auburn supports the constitutional right to free speech,” the school said in a statement released last week. “We encourage the campus community to respond to speech they find objectionable with their own views in civil discourse and to do so with respect and inclusion.”

Already, the ingredients for disaster are present, though.

Counter protesters associated with an antifascist group called “Atlanta Antifa” have promised to confront alt-right extremists at Auburn, saying Spencer’s outdoor talk “will make it easier for opposition to get close.” Meanwhile, prominent neo-Confederate extremists are encouraging followers to be ready to meet violence with violence.

“Be ready to do battle, if necessary,” Pat Hines, the South Carolina chairman of the net-confederate League of the South, said in a comment on Occidental Dissent, the white nationalist website run by Brad Griffin.

Spencer has done little to quell worries or calm supporters.

“If Auburn University thinks that I am going to back down because they cancelled on me, that I’m just going to simply, politely go away, then they don’t understand me at all,” Spencer said in the video. “They should have done their research.”