Milo Yiannopoulos gave Tucker Carlson his first interview following the dramatic events at the University of California, Berkeley this week.
Yiannopoulos, whose scheduled appearance at the university caused a wildly violent riot, appeared on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to dish details Thursday.
After describing the terrifying details of the event, the conversation quickly shifted to the supposed reason for the riots. The “hate speech” Yiannopoulos is accused of peddling.
Carlson asked Yiannopoulos how he defines hate speech.
The author said he didn’t know what hate speech was and doesn’t “think anybody else knows either.”
“It seems to be speech that somebody doesn’t like somewhere. A joke that’s wrong something that offends someone’s sensibilities or hurt feelings or politics or something,” he said. “Certainly the Supreme Court doesn’t recognize it as any kind of speech that should be treated with any sort special reference.”
“Hate speech, to me, seems to be defined by the political left as anything we don’t like, anything that violates social justice doctrine — feminism, Black Lives Matter ideology,” he added. “But it is not something I have ever heard effectively defined.”
Watch the entire interview.
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