I just had my talk canceled at DePaul University because I'm too violent. Apparently, saying, "When they go low, go lower" is a call for irrational "fisticuffs."
The school's president doesn't seem to understand the state of free speech. We are being attacked and pepper-sprayed. They are burning down schools and threatening our lives. Charles Murray had to be smuggled out and a professor next to him was knocked unconscious.
On top of all this thuggery, police at these talks are being told to stand down. We're left with no choice but to build our own armies in self defense. That is considered a violent act.
Tonight we talk to the college Republicans at DePaul who invited me, Gabriella Calderon and Jorin Burkhart. They are not impressed with their school.
Later, we check in with fellow enfant terrible Robert Spencer.
He was told not to get security for a talk in Iceland but thank God he did because after the talk activists POISONED HIM. His security was able to take him to the hospital when the symptoms began, which may have saved his life.
This is the world we're up against.
To fight back isn't random aggression. It's self defense.