Berkeley University Brings In Pepper Spray In Preparation For Ben Shapiro Speech


For the first time in two decades, officers at the  University of California at Berkeley will be armed with pepper spray after the city council modified a 1997 ban at an emergency meeting this week.

City and campus authorities anticipate demonstrations at a speech by conservative commentator Ben Shapiro, a former Breitbart editor, and are preparing for possible violence with a variety of new strategies and tightened security.

The University will seal off large parts of its campus like a fortress with a closed perimeter and a “very large” visible police presence Thursday, when the birthplace of America’s free speech movement faces its next potential clashes. Read more at USA Today.



  1. Funny kid. Why such a crowd? When misery leads, worlds erase. Minds have years before their counsel is warranted.

    My Torah study taught me that it is not until age 50 that a strong person is wise counsel. I myself have half a decade to meet (im yirtzeh hashem).

    Fix fix fix. We are turning into a cult.



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