Campus Talk By Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos Goes Insanely Off Rails (VIDEO)

After Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos declared feminism a “cancer” in a Monday talk on the University of Massachusetts campus, video surfaced of one particularly fired-up protester shouting down the libertarian pundit’s remarks.

Yiannopoulos was joined at the College Republicans event, intended as a send-up of “political correctness,” by conservative comedian Steven Crowder, who was dropped by Fox News for being “never that funny,” and Christina Hoff Sommers, a professor who has said campus rape culture leads to “censorship.”

After Yiannopoulos delivered his full prepared remarks – “feminism is cancer” – the conservative site Campus Reform posted video of a female audience member repeatedly shouting “fuck you!”

“Hate speech is not welcome here! Keep your hate speech out of this campus!”, the woman is shown shouting while Sommers drones on about the evils of third-wave feminism.

After the woman shouts “Stop talking to us like children!”, Sommers can be heard replying, “Then stop acting like a child.”

In video of the event, the speakers were shouted down by protesters often enough that Yiannopoulos said he would donate $50 to the Donald Trump campaign for every interruption.

Watch the protester’s outburst below via Campus Reform:

And here’s the full event, via the College Republicans, with Yiannopulos’ remarks starting around three minutes in:

h/t Mediaite

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