A leftist student at the University of Kentucky assaulted a YAF team member after he was caught tearing down flyers advertising Matt Walsh’s upcoming lecture.
Walsh’s lecture topic will be “What is a Woman?,” a continuation of his wildly successful national campus tour that began last school year.
“Hey, can I ask why you’re tearing down our flyers?” Alejandro Flores, YAF program officer for campus advancement, asked the student, who had set up a full size ladder in order to reach the posters.
“I have the right to,” the student responded.
“Why are you so scared of a conversation happening on campus?” Alejandro pushed back.
Alejandro asked the student if he can define what a woman is, to which the leftist responded, “If you want an answer, ask a professional, because I’m a college student in physics, that’s not my f***ing [inaudible]”.
Alejandro told the student he’s acting like a child, which led to the intolerant leftist shoving him to the ground and knocking his phone out of his hands.
Campus police responded to the scene and took down a report. Young America’s Foundation’s legal team is actively pursuing criminal assault charges against the student.
This article will be updated with any new developments, including the leftist student’s name, which police did not immediately make available.
Alejandro is no stranger to standing up to leftist nonsense. As a student, he sued his college for its unconstitutional flying policy that restricted his YAF chapter’s Freedom Week flyers to a run down bulletin board in a desolate part of campus.
Walsh’s Tuesday evening event will be free and open to the public. Tickets can be reserved here.