Ann Coulter appeared on Fox’s Hannity to call out some beta males, who are naturally creepy, behind what’s being called “Rodney King Riots” staged to protest a speech she’s due to give next week at Berkeley.
The speech was canceled by officials at UC-Berkely out of fear for “safety concerns” only to have those same people decide, instead, to change the date. Coulter wasn’t having any of it, however, and spoke out against the cancellation for the so-called “safety concerns”, labeling the pseudo-protesters as beta males (which I just find hilarious).
“[N]one of this has to do with security,” she said. “After acceding to all their requirements, which were also arbitrary and silly, and they claimed it was on the basis of safety, I suggested two measures that actually would allow free speech to exist on Berkeley if they wanted it to. And that was one thing to announce that any students caught engaging in violence, mayhem, or disrupting an invited speaker’s speech would be expelled. And number two, to have a little talk with the Berkeley chief of police, who is allowing these Rodney King riots to go on whenever conservative speaker speaks.”
“I mean, it is anarchy when you are only enforcing the law in order to allow liberals to speak,” she continued. “But, no, we’ll let these masked rioters show up with weapons and start — I mean, they are all little beta males, but with a weapon, even a beta male can do some damage, especially to a 99-pound girl. To have them stepping in, those private individuals, according to courts, are acting under color of state law. And for the police to refuse to protect even offensive speech and by the way, and I’m the author of 12 New York Times best-sellers. This has damaged my reputation for them to be acting like I’m David Duke out there. But courts have found, even somebody out burning an American flag, the police cannot stand by and let skinheads beat them up. That is viewpoint discrimination. And they are all liable.”
U.C. Berkeley has since invited her to come back on an afternoon to speak when students are not in school. Coulter quickly replied to their offer with a resounding no. She will speak on the day she was scheduled.