BAMN Organizer Yvette Felarca appeared on the Tucker Carlson Show recently. She took the time to smear Milo Yiannopoulos, calling him a fascist, when even by her own definition, he doesn’t appear to be. In fact, her definition of fascism (inciting or committing violence against minorities or protected classes) more easily fits her organization’s modus operandi. BAMN is basically a hate group that targets conservatives (a minority group on most college campuses). They advocate for violent acts in order to shut down the speech of conservatives. Here’s the exchange:

“So it’s someone who is committing violence?” Carlson questioned.

“It is someone who is committing violence and someone who is trying to organize other people to commit violence,” Felarca replied. “And Milo Yiannopoulos is a fascist.”

“So he’s committed acts of violence against the protected groups you mentioned?” asked Carlson.

“Well what he’s doing is he’s trying to be the youth face and token that other people who are organizing violence try to hide behind, and so in all of his talks all over the country, what Yiannopoulos has done is whip up a whole lynch mob mentality where people who come to see him, or his supporters, not only agree with his views, but attack other people,” claimed Felarca. “That was certainly true in Washington State when one of his supporters came and actually shot an anti-fascist protester. But in Berkeley, we made sure that didn’t happen, because we were able to shut him down.”

“But MILO himself has not committed acts of violence, nor has he incited violence by the legal definition, or he’d be in jail if he did,” Carlson stated. “But you’re saying because people who agree with him have committed violence, he should not be allowed to speak?”

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