May 25, 2016

This student absolutely OWNED her Black Lives Matter counterparts who sabotaged Milo Yiannopoulos' event

StaffRebel Columnist

This one voice of reason went widely unheard in all the news of the protesters shutting down the Milo Yiannopoulos event at DePaul University.

Luckily, Louder With Crowder brought it to our attention and we're going to share it.

With protesters on stage shouting vulgarities and even threatening Milo, she took the mic and went on a rant that was nothing short of amazing.

“You’re in a place and you’re not respecting it. I’m a white supremacist now? Because I believe in hard work and deciding that I need to make a life for myself makes me a racist, a bigot and a white supremacist? You’re not working hard right now. You’re being lazy and disrespectful, and I’m pretty sure your parents didn’t raise you to be disrespectful,” she said while dealing with interruptions.

“It’s an opinion, guys. It’s not going to kill you. If you believe in who you are, and know who you are, it will not bother you. I know who I am: I’m Kate Danforth, I am a math major and junior at DePaul University and I’m working my ass off to become something,” she added.


Milo commended the student on her speech and pointed out, “If there’s anyone perpetuating stereotypes about blacks, it’s them.”

Common sense is beautiful.

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commented 2016-05-25 18:27:50 -0400
“Straight Out of Chicago” – SEE this is a prime example of Obumers’ fruitcakes from his community services he provided.
commented 2016-05-25 17:11:44 -0400
You’ve gained nothing when you intellectually best an idiot – but if you can get them to think independently, outside their peer group dogmatism – then you have accomplished something. Few of these morons are worth that effort but those who will engage in debate can be saved – the rest are stampeded herd animals who will follow a leader over a cliff
commented 2016-05-25 17:00:17 -0400
A voice of reason, crying out to those who are unreasonable and disagreeable, when the world doesn’t bow down to their demands. How do the parents handle these brats?