If you’ve ever doubted that liberals will do or say anything to conceal who and what they are, including blaming their outrageous behavior and criminal acts on conservatives, watch this video featuring Robert Reich, who was the secretary of labor during Bill Clinton’s administration, worked on Barack Obama’s transition team, and is now employed as a UC Berkeley professor teaching public policy.
Wednesday night, masked Berkeley students doing a good job of emulating fascists, set fires, destroyed property, hurled Molotov cocktails and engaged in bloody attacks on those they deemed Trump supporters, to prevent Breitbart author Milo Yiannopoulos, an invited guest, from speaking on campus. Though there was over $100,000 worth of property damage, no arrests were made. The speech was cancelled.
Reich, rife with conspiracy theories, appeared on CNN with Tonight’s Don Lemon offering his bizarre version of the chaos that took place on the university campus. He claimed that conservatives masterminded the recent violent mayhem at Berkeley to make liberals appear opposed to free speech.
Like any good liberal Reich supports unfettered abortion of innocent preborn human babies, but opposes the death penalty for those who commit heinous crimes.
On CNN Robert Reich declared the anti-Trump riots on campus were actually a right-wing plot to delegitimize liberals.
“I was there for part of last night, and I know what I saw and those people were not Berkeley students,” Reich claimed. “Those people were outside agitators. I have never seen them before.”
That could be due to the fact that at 4’10” in height, he’s eye level with their knees.
“There’s rumors that they actually were right-wingers. They were a part of a kind of group that was organized and ready to create the kind of tumult and danger you saw that forced the police to cancel the event,” Reich insisted. “So Donald Trump, when he says Berkeley doesn’t respect free speech rights, that’s a complete distortion of the truth.”
“You think it’s a strategy by [Milo Yiannopoulos] or right-wingers?” host Don Lemon incredulously asked
“I wouldn’t bet against it,” Reich responded. “I saw these people. They all looked very -– almost paramilitary. They were not from the campus. I don’t want to say factually, but I’ve heard there was some relationship here between these people and the right-wing movement that is affiliated with Breitbart News.”