Can you Remember when Conservative Students Rioted against Liberal Speakers?

Over at Campus Reform they’ve got a brilliant new video up, exposing the intellectual imbalance on our nations campuses.

Over the course of just a few short minutes the folks at Campus Reform prove that something has gone haywire on the left, and most Americans can see it. A couple of intrepid Campus Reform reporters spent a few hours talking to Americans who were taking in the sites in Washington, D.C. The reporters asked the passersby one important question – ‘When was the last time you saw conservatives riot because a liberal was coming to speak on campus?’

The answer?

NEVER.

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One after the other the people being interviewed admitted that they had never witnessed conservatives acting out, getting violent, or even overly aggressive because a liberal was speaking their opinions.

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