Left Targets Gorka @ UNC, Misses

, Malcolm A. Kline, Leave a comment

In a column distributed by the James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal, Jay Schalin and Shannon Watkins give us an interesting snapshot of the campus protest movement at the University of North Carolina. “On November 13th, roughly 55 protesters gathered outside a speech by former deputy assistant to President Trump Sebastian Gorka, they write. “The protesters ranged in age from undergraduates to senior citizens.”

“At some point, however, many undergraduate students (mainly female) left; the 30 or so who remained were older, more male, and more ‘hardcore.’ Some belonged to the Democratic Socialists of America and were at times raucous, even menacing.”