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This woman is a teacher. Let that sink in.

Tucker takes on a proud, violent, Berkeley protester. It goes ...badly for her.

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Meet Yvette Felarca. She’s a proud advocate of violent thuggery in the pursuit of shutting down speech that she deems unacceptable.  If she decides you fit her definition of a fascist - a word she very clearly doesn’t have a handle on - she is in favor of using any and all methods to silence you. If that means assault, rioting, and vandalism, so be it.

The irony is painfully obvious.

Because her position is so patently absurd, I don’t really have a lot to say about it.  All I’ll add is the following: As you watch the clip, keep two things in mind.

  1. This woman is a public school teacher.  Given her inability to see the flaws in her own arguments, I doubt she’s much of an educator. ...But it’s important to remember that this is the sort of person who has sway over your kids for around eight hours a day.
  2. She offers a terrible definition of fascism.  It’s not even close to correct.  However, let’s put that aside.  Let’s pretend her definition is correct.  How can she not recognize that immediately after she stakes her claim about fascists, she proudly self-identifies as one?  She is, inarguably, precisely what she claims to be silencing.

Exit question: In an era where virtually every school on Earth has a zero-tolerance policy toward violence, how can a school have a violence-advocate on staff?


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