Many times when these protestors were asked questions, they walked away because they had no answers. They were asked for specific examples of why Shapiro is a racist and they couldn't answer. They were asked why he didn't have the right to speak there and all their reasons (i.e. he's a bigot, he's a racists, he's a Nazi, etc.), were shot down by the reporter so the once extremely obnoxious protestors kept cowering away. One woman who was highly vocal said he shouldn't be allowed to speak because he's anti-abortion; this is when she couldn't come up with anything else.
The bottom line is many of these students were going after Shapiro for being a Trump lackey when he isn’t. Shapiro wasn't there to try and sell Trump policies he even allows questions from the audience so liberals have a great chance to debate him and share ideas although I've got to say I've never seen Shapiro get schooled by a liberal. If you go to YouTube and type in: “Shapiro” you’ll find many of his speeches on college campuses and the Q&A is always highlighted. Keep in mind it’s a perfect time for liberals to prove their points but as you’ll see, Shapiro tears huge holes in some of their ideology.
It was apparent that these protestors didn't have a clue about Freedom of Speech. It was also apparent that they consider hate speech to be anything that goes against the way they think. In other words, if someone's views upset them then it’s hate speech. Many of these young people are pushing for legislation to make hate speech illegal. Just who exactly would decide what is and what isn’t hate speech?
It's so scary to think these young people will contribute to the future of our country. I'm on the backside of my life's journey and I've got to say I'm very happy about it, because I don't want to be around to see the damage these liberals are going to cause.