Black Lives Matters Protesters Shut Down Milo Yiannopoulos Event at DePaul University

Black Lives Matter Protesters Shut Down Milo Yiannopoulos Event at DePaul University

Milo Yiannopoulos’ event at DePaul University had to be cut short Tuesday night after protesters stormed the stage, blew whistles, grabbed the microphone out of the interviewer’s hand, and threatened to punch Yiannopoulos in the face.

Yiannopoulos attempted to continue the event, but protesters refused to leave the stage and the group of security guards (which DePaul forced both the organisers and Breitbart to pay for) refused to intervene.

The male ringleader continued to pace along the stage with his whistle, refusing to let Yiannopoulos speak for extended amounts of time, while the female ringleader forcibly snatched the microphone from the interviewer’s hand and shouted at Yiannopoulos just inches away from his face.

The male ringleader screamed “Feel the Bern” and chanted against Donald Trump, whilst the female ringleader chanted “Black Lives Matter”.

Responding to the amount of black female protesters who had turned up, Yiannopoulos hypothesized that it was because he had sex with their brothers.

“I give it 20 minutes”, announced Yiannopoulos. “The black incarceration rates are about to go up”.

The female ringleader also claimed that she had been silenced “for 200 years”, prompting Yiannopoulos to question how the supposed 200 year-old protester looked so young.

After an extended period of time, the crowd started to chant “Do your job” at security, who remained at the back of the venue for the entire event. When security refused to intervene, Yiannopoulos posed for pictures with fans in the audience, and ordered the crowd to follow him to the college president’s office.

“I suggest we walk to the president’s office and complain now. Let us go and express how you feel to the president about your safety”, he remarked.

After Milo and most of the crowd left in a march for the president’s office, a minor scuffle between protesters and fans occurred back by the stage. Black Lives Matter and Milo fans chanted against each other outside the venue, with Milo’s fans chanting “USA” and “Breitbart!”

Outside the event, mayhem continued, with Milo’s 550-strong audience clashing with a huge crowd of left-wing activists. One attendee, Matt Forney, was grabbed by activists as he attempted to film the march.

Yiannopoulos confirmed to his followers that he had not suffered harm and blasted the school’s security officers for their failure to intervene.

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