Judge Jeanine Pirro Confronted By Unstable Racist Leftist

Celebrity Judge Jeanine Pirro grabbed her microphone and hit the streets to ask college students what they thought of last week's Berkeley riots. The judge was taken a bit aback when one college student didn't seem to know what the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution was about.

Pirro was trying to get opinions from progressives about whether they thought the riots at UC Berkeley were acceptable. The riots started up last week when students found out that conservative journalist Milo Yiannopoulos was slated to speak on campus about cultural appropriation. Violence and vandalism broke out all over the campus, resulting in several people being injured, fires and property destruction.

In addition, Yiannopoulous and his crew had to be evacuated from the campus. He hadn't even started his speech, but students were accusing him of 'spewing hate'.

A young woman found herself at the other end of the judge's mic. "I believe that this man is a white supremacist," the woman began.

Perhaps she's unaware that Yiannopoulous is an immigrant, as well as a gay man with a black boyfriend.

The judge tried to get the conversation back on track. "If Milo was asked to speak at UC Berkeley, doesn't he have the right to go there and speak?"

The woman responded, "Right-wing people do not have the right to spew hatred and bigotry in this country..."

She was interrupted by the judge, who again attempted to reel the interview back on track, but the woman soon after started screaming, "F-ck Trump!" and "F-ck these white people!"

It seems this woman believes that spewing hatred and bigotry is reserved for the left. At this point, Pirro asks her if she knows what the First Amendment is.

"The First Amendment protects people from bigotry and hatred," she responded.

No matter how much Pirro and others in the area tried to tell the woman that the First Amendment protects the freedom of speech, she insisted that it wasn't true.

"If this is what our college is doing, don't pay tuition anymore," noted the flustered judge.

It’s a shame we can’t force people to pass a basic civics test before they’re allowed to vote or stage political protests.

Source: Mad World News
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