“Professional protesters” incited the violence at writer Milo Yiannopoulos’ planned speech at the University of California, Berkeley this week.
They were the same people who caused violence elsewhere on Milo’s West Coast tour.
Milo’s Berkeley speech Wednesday night ended in riots, with anti-Milo protesters starting fires, destroying windows, and punching members of the crowd. A female Trump supporter was pepper-sprayed while being interviewed on camera.
Big League Politics has obtained exclusive video footage of the agitators who started the melee. They moved furtively into the crowd dressed in black and quickly started wreaking havoc.
“They come in in a single-file line with backpacks on. They have shields,” Milo’s security coordinator Tej Gill, a former Navy SEAL, told Big League Politics in an exclusive interview.
“These are professional protesters from out of town. They’re the same guys that were at Seattle,” Gill said, describing agitators with “full face masks on, black hoodies, black jeans, black gloves.”