Yvette Felarca, a California public school teacher and Antifa organizer behind the UC Berkeley protests of Milo Yiannopoulos that quickly devolved into violent riots, sat down with Fox News’s Tucker Carlson for an interview. You’d think SJWs would have realized how bad of an idea it is to square off with this guy by now.
Carlson opened the segment by showing footage of Felarca physically attacking a protester in Sacramento and asking her to define what the term “fascist” actually means.
“So, a fascist is someone who’s organizing a mass movement that’s attacking women, immigrants, black people, or other minority groups in a movement of genocide. That’s what a fascist is,” Felarca responded.
“Okay. So, it’s someone who is committing violence?” Tucker followed up.
“And it’s someone who’s committing violence and who’s trying to organize other people to commit violence,” Felarca replied. Carlson’s dumbfounded facial expression says it all.
Felarca, went on to accuse Milo of being a paid agent of former Breitbart News executive chair Steve Bannon, who currently serves as President Donald Trump’s chief strategist, whose role is to recruit college students to join some sort of fascist uprising.
When asked to suggest what fate should befall people who are suspected of being fascists and allegedly inspiring genocide, Felarca struggled to come up with a consequence. Instead, she continued to advocate for an approach that does not allow “fascists” to voice their First Amendment rights for fear that they might espouse violence.
“[Milo] should not be allowed to speak in public to spread his racist and misogynistic and homophobic lies,” Felarca finally declared, apparently oblivious to the fact that Milo himself is gay. “When he’s using his speech to whip up attacks on people, no, he doesn’t have the right to do that.”
Carlson reminded Felarca about the existence of the First Amendment – which she also seems to have forgotten exists – and asks her if she would hit one of her students if he or she espoused a viewpoint that was deemed “fascist” or otherwise offensive.
Instead of answering the question, Felarca continued to ramble on about so-called fascists and their various transgressions against the SJW-sanctioned laundry list of oppressed minorities. She also painted Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) violation of Senate rules as some sort of First Amendment transgression, to which an amused Carlson responded by bringing the bizarre interview to a close.