The University of Minnesota’s chapter of the Young America’s Foundation pushed back against anti-free speech liberals by hosting Conservative icon Ben Shapiro off-campus.
The host of “The Ben Shapiro Show,” editor of the DailyWire.com, best-selling author, attorney and general crusader for conservative American voices, was welcomed by rousing applause in a recent YouTube-posted video.
Shapiro poked fun at the hypocrisy of the university’s free speech policy, noting that the conservative event was basically shuffled to a location away from the main campus and into a venue too small to accommodate the crowd. Several hundred students were denied entrance and put on a waiting list in the interest of campus “safety.”
In the witty, 1-hour and 13-minute video, Shapiro takes the extreme leftists such as Bernie Sander to task over the problems with socialism and explains in an everyday way why capitalism equals freedom. The sharp-minded speaker unravels the many misconceptions about the extreme liberal notion of embracing of Socialism. He runs off a laundry list of facts and ideas about the concept that have hoodwinked naïve college students.
The charismatic rising star went on to intelligently blast the anti-free speech movement that the nation’s university’s have wrapped their arms around. In a free country, Shapiro argues, expressing different views doesn’t justify violence.
Take the time to sit down and watch this exhilarating video and experience Ben Shapiro upending the left’s arguments about white privilege, economic inequality, gun violence, marriage and many other topics, followed by an engaging Q&A session.
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