Milo Yiannopoulos: Protesters Can't Get At Trump, So They Attack Me


Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos talks to Tucker Carlson about the cancellation of his speech at UC-Berkeley Wednesday night, after riots broke out. Milo said the progressive left fears anyone with different political views and that he's shocked at how oppressive higher education US campuses can be.

"No one’s safety is at risk from different opinions," Yiannopoulos told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" in a phone interivew. "No one’s physical safety is endangered by political ideas from a speaker on campus, but universities have sort of allowed this stuff to happen, and even in some cases encouraged it."

"I annoy the feminists and the Black Lives Matter guys probably almost as much as Trump does, certainly on college campuses," Yiannopoulos said. "So, they go for the next best thing. They go for ... the person they think they can scare. Well, they don’t scare me. I will continue to give college talks until the day I drop dead."

About the protesters, he said: "They never want to debate because they’re scared of losing. They don’t have the facts on their side and for 30 years the left has been able to bully people into silence by name-calling and they’ve forgotten how to argue."

Watch more footage from the riots, and Milo's official response below:

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