Shocking footage has gone viral on social media depicting two white students at Arizona State University being aggressively confronted by loud-mouthed morons while studying – for daring to support the police.
The dispute seemed to arise over a “Police Lives Matter” sticker attached to the laptop of one of the students, with left-wing venom also being directed at another student wearing a “Did Not Vote for Biden” t-shirt.
“You’re offensive. Police Lives Matter?” whinged one of the idiots, with the accosted student pointing out that he was simply trying to study.
“This is our space” they went on to declare, highlighting that the students were studying in some kind of designated “multicultural” area.
Making the issue about race, the revolting women responded to one of the men’s expression of discomfort by saying: “But you’re white! Do understand what a multicultural space is? It means you’re not being centred.”
“White’s not a culture?” asked the man to which one of the women responded, in an inflammatory outburst: “No it’s not a culture! White is not a culture! Say it again to the camera!”
The clip, highlighted by prominent Twitter page Libs of TikTok, has been seen more than four million times and has sparked heavy blowback online.
One of the women went on to accuse the men of “peak white cis-male bullshit” – seemingly attacking the men for their race, sex, and failure to become transgender…
Towards the end of the clip, one of the women behind the camera also attacks the men for supporting the police. “This offends us automatically because these people kill people like me and like us, right? So you’re promoting our murderers” she said, despite having not been murdered by police.
“These two ladies are bigots and they don’t have the self-awareness to realise it” said top British conservative commentator Calvin Robinson.
A statement from Arizona State has confirmed that the Dean of the Students Office will be discussing the matter with all of the students involved, declaring: “Differences of opinion are part of the university experience. The university expects respectful dialogue between students in all engagements.”