Democratic Congresswoman Val Demings (Fla.) on Thursday commended the violent rioters that set University of California Berkeley campus on fire.

Gay conservative and Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos’ speech on the the UC Berkeley campus was cancelled Wednesday night after leftists rioters shut down the university.

Footage shows rioters relentlessly attacking Milo supporters and eagerly spraying people who were dressed in Trump apparel with pepper spray.

Rep. Demings called the violent scene at Cal Berkeley “a beautiful sight” and argued that the assault on Trump supporters were justified because Trump’s executive orders are unconstitutional.

We have seen demonstrations — and I think you already talked about that — around the country. Young people at Berkeley protesting against this unconstitutional order. And I heard it said earlier that we need to get involved on the local and state level. But what concerns me is that the strain that has been placed on local government, particularly local law enforcement dealing with an order that is unjust and proper. And so as we encourage our young people to get involved — I thought it was a beautiful site — as we encourage people to get involved, what direction and instructions and how can we have a more organized effort so that they can be a major tool in moving our agenda forward? Anyone who feels that they can answer this question? Thank you.

The rioters claimed in a press release that Milo is a “tool of Trump’s fascist government” and “has no right to speak at Cal or anywhere else!”

“Milo is seeking to use the campuses to serve a larger fascist transformation of America and its entire culture,” the press release went on to say. “Students are right to SHUT IT DOWN because yes, it’s dangerous. Fascism is dangerous to humanity. And you, if you oppose this with everything you’ve got, will have the honor of being dangerous to fascism.”


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