Three conservative speakers -- Christina Hoff Sommers, Milo Yiannopoulos, and Steven Crowder -- were cursed at by student protesters during an event at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, April 25 (video below).
The event "The Triggering: Has Political Correctness Gone Too Far?" was sponsored by the UMass College Republicans.
The event definitely triggered protesters who dropped the F-word several times and accused the speakers of using "hate speech," notes Campus Reform.
The event began with protesters booing and giving the finger to speakers as they walked on the stage; Crowder reportedly returned the obscene gesture.
The protesters often interrupted the speakers by telling them to go home and saying they were not wanted on campus.
Yiannopoulos, a writer for Breitbart.com, announced to the crowd that feminism is "cancer" and was pelted with numerous F-bombs by student protesters, notes The Blaze.
Hoff Sommers said that contemporary third-wave campus feminism "is not cancer, but madness, utter madness."
"Keep your hate speech out of this campus!" a female student shouted. "Keep your hate speech out of this campus! Keep your hate speech out of this campus!"
When told to "calm down" by Hoff Sommers, the female student shouted, "Stop talking to us like children!"
Hoff Sommers fired back, "Then stop acting like a child."
When Crowder started talking about the Qur'an, another female student wearing a burka shouted back: "Don’t speak on my behalf! Don’t speak on my behalf!"
"I didn’t speak on your behalf, I talked about the Qur'an," Crowder replied. "Guess what? I wasn’t there for the French Revolution, but I can talk about it!"
According to Brietbart.com, Crowder also called the student protesters "silly liberal fruitcakes," and said that the Yiannopoulos' "Dangerous F----- Tour" was a response to those trying to censor free speech.
"This monster right here that you’re so afraid of – the face you see in your nightmares, was created by social justice warrior a--holes like you," Crowder stated.
Brietbart.com notes that Sommers referred to political correctness as "an effort to impose a political agenda without having to argue," and Yiannopoulos referred to students who said that his presence "is a threat to their physical safety" as "f-----ing idiots."
"Do you want to know what political correctness is?" Crowder added. "Look around and listen. These people don’t have arguments. They just yell out ‘racist.’ And they call the [Milo], who has a fetish for black dudes, a racist homophobe."
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