In this clip, "Louder with Crowder" host Steven Crowder highlighted the campus climate at a recent "Change My Mind" event at University of Texas in Austin. Crowder explained that he takes issue with the disproportionate power wielded by an ever-decreasing minority that has been over-represented in the media and academia.
Hundreds of students attended Crowder's "Change My Mind" event, and there were only three incidents that involved triggered protesters who sought to disrupt the event. One protester in particular came dangerously close to assault when she snatched a man's MAGA hat from his head, and proceeded to tell campus police that she felt unsafe and told every one that she felt triggered and unsafe.
Crowder questioned her decision to attend the event if the atmosphere made her feel unsafe and explained that in his recent experience, the college campus climate seemed to be evolving into far fewer triggered protesters, and far more students who sought productive conversations with fellow students on the opposite side of the political aisle.
"She sought this place out," Crowder said.
The dean of students also approached Crowder and attempted to shut down the event on the grounds that students felt unsafe and that in her opinion, Crowder did not have a permit for the two speakers.
Ultimately, Crowder noted there is a silver lining to this video. He said the vast majority of students displayed a genuine desire to engage in dialogue, and the vast majority showed they were not aligned with the triggered protesters who were trying to shut down freedom of speech.
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