Pops thinks that the Berkeley snowflakes should have been arrested.
Whoever named these children “snowflakes” was right on the money. (Delicate little pretty things that have to stay in a perfect environment, otherwise they melt into a puddle.)
Whine and cry all you like, little ones, but when you break other people’s stuff, you gotta pay the piper. Lock ’em up!
Southpaw’s take on “snowflakes.”
Whenever conservatives use the term “Liberal Snowflakes”, I can’t help but laugh at the savage hypocrisy being committed. No, this isn’t me supporting the acts committed by the protestors in Berkeley. If you want your voice to be heard, fine. Protest peacefully or attend Milo’s rally to challenge him intellectually. When your protest transitions into an angry mob, your message is diluted and the validity of your cause is diminished. However, I digress from my original point. It seems that the left’s desire to protest or combat any issue is often met with a conservative eye roll. Republican’s believe that Democrats should suck up their grievances and go home. However, whenever I see people protesting outside of planned parenthood, fighting for “Religious Freedom” or generating any sort of fuss related to a more conservative cause, their efforts are considered just. If anything, publicly criticizing the opposition for expressing their displeasure with policy or government is something that conservative’s consistently take pride in. I can’t support the acts committed by these specific protestors; however, I can think of several situations where liberals were still criticized in cases where they were protesting peacefully. The real question I have for the right is: What makes you exercising your First Amendment rights so strong and makes the left doing the same so weak? Do you even want these people to protest peacefully, or do you really just want them to shut up and go home?