Shocking video shows how an angry transgender activist flipped over a display table for the conservative campus group Turning Point USA at the University of Washington before yelling, “Get the f*** off my campus, you Nazi.”
The protester, who has not been identified, hurled obscenities at TPUSA representatives before destroying their information desk as they stood and filmed the explosion earlier this week.
The video begins with the activist mid-sentence, saying, “Yes, you only support the genocide of transgender children” in the latest example of a left-wing protest against the group’s presence on college campuses.
“No,” said the representative for TPUSA — a conservative nonprofit advocating for right-wing causes in colleges — but the transgender woman persists.
“Such an assumption is correct, after all,” the demonstrator replies, pointing to the group’s brochures and badges.
A transgender activist had a violent outburst and eventually turned table at the conservative campus group Turning Point USA at the University of Washington earlier this week.
The Tory volunteer calmly asks: “What’s on this table against transgender people?”
“You TPUSA, you idiot a**, whatever,” she says before grabbing the table and flipping it, more or less destroying the screen.
“Get off my campus, you Nazis!” she stated before walking away, and a TPUSA representative asked if what just happened was illegal.
It is unclear if the woman has been reprimanded for her actions or if an investigation is ongoing.
Regardless, the TPUSA chapter at the school appears undeterred.
Campus organizer Rachel Anderson, who Share the video in the original Wed, he tweeted: “Some of this ‘tolerance’ here at UW! We are not going anywhere and we will continue to be on campus.
DailyMail.com has reached out to the University of Washington Campus Police and the school’s chapter of TPUSA for comment.
Turning Point USA, founded by former Trump campaign operative and Students for Trump president Charlie Kirk, is often at the center of left-wing backlash and outrage.
“You TPUSA, you idiot a**, whatever,” she says before grabbing the table and flipping it, more or less destroying the screen. “Get a f**k off a college campus, you Nazi!” she stated before walking away, and a TPUSA representative asked if what just happened was illegal
It is not clear if the student has been reprimanded for her actions by the University of Washington or if an investigation is ongoing
Campus field coordinator Rachel Anderson tweeted: “Some of this ‘tolerance’ here at UW! We are not going anywhere and will continue to be on campus.”
The organization is often a target for liberal and socialist protesters.
Last week, TPUSA and Student for Life held an event on the school’s Seattle campus with pro-life speaker Autumn Higashi as part of its Unapologetically Against Planned Parenthood tour.
according to The Daily UWSeveral activist groups protested the event, with Higashi trying to teach How to learn how to fearlessly and unapologetically stand up for your pro-life stance with truth and love.
Some students believe Higashi shouldn’t even be on a campus stand in the wake of Roe v. Wade.
“In a post-Rowe world, this kind of rhetoric and message is unacceptable,” said Lucy Terry, communications officer for HFRF, the pro-choice group on campus. “It is very harmful to be on campus.”
However, the protests are not limited to the deep blue city of Seattle. Just last week, the Progressives They were accused while yelling at a conservative speaker at the University of Albany on Tuesday.
Antifa protesters making their way to a talk by conservative star Charlie Kirk at UC Davis last month.
Goons dressed in black clashed with law enforcement officers and other students while throwing eggs and using pepper spray to prevent people from entering the building where Tuesday’s talk took place.
A protester shouts at the conservative event on free speech at the University of Albany last week
The right-wing event — which is touring the country with Kirk and fellow conservative superstar Candace Owens — saw an officer injured after being attacked by a protester.
It also comes just weeks after Stanford University was forced to apologize to a Trump-appointed federal judge, as protesting students and the university’s dean hijacked his speech.
Stanford University President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Stanford Law School dean Jenny Martinez wrote to U.S. Circuit Judge Stuart Kyle Duncan on Saturday, two days after the juvenile was ambushed and offered their “sincere apologies.”
They called it “extremely uncivilized behavior” by “hypocrites”, “idiots” and “bullies”, adding: “What happened was inconsistent with our policies on free speech and we are very sorry about the experience you had while visiting our campus.