Tucker confronts teacher who shut down Milo’s speech with violence and can’t stop bragging about it

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Should violent marxist Yvette Felarca be allowed to teach your children?

A militant leftist who organized the riots at UC-Berkeley two weeks ago makes no apologies for inciting violence against people she believes are “fascist” (which, to her, is all conservative whites).

Yvette Felarca, a national organizer for the radical left-wing activist group By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), is proud that mask-wearing thugs vandalized property, set fires, and assaulted students who went to see Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos speak at Berkeley.

That event was shut down because the “protests” got violent, resulting in the hospitalizations of innocent people and $100,000 in property damage to the campus.

Felarca, a public-school teacher, suggested the violence was justified because Yiannopoulos is a fascist. Fox News host Tucker Carlson asked her what that means.

“A fascist is someone who’s organizing a mass movement that’s attacking women, immigrants, black people and other minority groups in a movement of genocide,” Felarca said.

She insists Yiannopoulos is a white supremacist who whips up a “lynch mob mentality” and incites violence. For the record, Yiannopoulos — a gay Jewish conservative — has repeatedly disavowed white supremacists and the alt-right movement, and has never called for violence against minorities.

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Felarca saw no irony in the fact that she’s condemning someone for promoting violence when that’s what she does. Felarca also lied when she claimed Yiannopoulos called for the “genocide of minorities.” That is false, but leftists have called for “white genocide,” which Felarca is apparently OK with.

white genocide drexel professor George CiccarielloTucker asked what Felarca means when she believes in fighting fascists “by any means necessary.” Tucker wanted to know how much violence she thinks is appropriate to shut down the free-speech rights of people she disagrees with.

“What do you mean by ‘shut down’?” Tucker asked. “What if I want to keep talking? I’ve got a First Amendment right. I’m an American. What would you do?” Felarca had no proper answer for that.

In September 2016, school teacher Felarca was placed on administrative leave after a video surfaced of her physically attacking a young white male she claimed was a neo-Nazi.

In the video, Felarca shoves the protester, punches him repeatedly in the stomach and kicks him before a group of leftist thugs pummel and kick the protester.

Alarmed parents and community members launched a petition calling for Felarca’s firing from her Berkeley, California, middle school. However, she was merely placed on paid administrative and returned to work 6 weeks later.

Radical anarchists like Yvette Felarca have cropped up all across the country, leading many to wonder what has to happen before the media and politicians condemn their violent actions.

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