Confronting BLM at Berkeley

In the hectic days before departing for my current overseas assignment (more on that shortly—I’ve got a lot in the can already), I didn’t have time to relate hosting Heather Mac Donald, the most fearless journalist in America, for the Federalist Society at Berkeley Law. A substantial contingent of Black Lives Matter protestors turned up to register their displeasure at Heather’s presence and message. Let’s just say it was a lively event. Heather had to put up with a lot of low-grade heckling, but Berkeley is not Stanford Law, so she was not shouted down. In any case, a few highlight reels are now available and trending on Twitter.

As Heather notes below, she had already been branded as a racist before the event, as FedSoc flyers were defaced:


Jennifer Kabbany provides a complete account in The College Fix, and you can watch the entire one hour event below:

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