Several videos have been posted today at The Rebel showing how two Black Lives Matters activists took over a lecture by Breitbart editor, Milo Yiannopoulos, at DePaul University in Chicago and security did nothing at all. Yet the videographer who had full permission to be there, was jailed for refusing to stop filming.
First, the worst 30 minutes of the activists' take-over of the event.
So now we know who was not arrested for what they did do which richly deserved arrest, along perhaps with expulsion and an order never to come back on campus again.
Now the story of the man who had full permission to film the event, and was arrested and jailed overnight for refusing to stop.
Jeremy Segal, a filmmaker, former Breitbart contributor, and founder of the video news site Rebel Pundit, was attempting to film the event which he described as an important opportunity to get footage for his film.
“As I was following the protests, I was followed by an administrator who was trying to get campus security to make me leave. They wouldn’t allow me to enter the room where the event was happening,” he told Breitbart News.
As is common in the process of creeping totalitarianism, the acts which should concern us go unchecked. But the people who try and inform us that these acts which threaten our freedoms take place, they will be punished.
Previous posts on Milo's event posted today at The Rebel:
The second stage crasher, the dancing black girl has been identified!
The second lead protester at last night’s event at DePaul University has been identified as Kayla Johnson, the daughter of Juanita Johnson, who serves as the Chicago Police Department’s Director of Administration.
Could this be why they were not arrested?