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UC Davis Lied To Us, Say College Republicans, Forcing Us to Cancel MILO Event

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The executive director of the College Republicans claims that the group was intimidated into calling off the event by campus administrators.

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ABC10 Photographer Attacked With Hot Coffee Outside MILO UC Davis Event

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A photographer for ABC was attacked with hot coffee while they were reporting on the cancelled event with MILO and Martin Shkreli at UC Davis.

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WATCH: UC Davis Protester Screams Obscenities At Martin Shkreli

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Pharmaceutical entrepreneur Martin Shkreli was confronted by an irate protester at UC Davis, where he was scheduled to speak with MILO.

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WATCH: Anti-MILO Protesters Tear Down Barricades At UC Davis

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At least one left-wing activist was arrested at UC Davis as protests forced the shutdown of MILO and Martin Shkreli’s event at the college.

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WATCH: MILO Video Producer Pushed, Spat On By UC Davis Protesters

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Matt Perdie, a video producer working for MILO, was shoved and spat on while he filmed protesters at UC Davis.

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REPORTS: MILO UC Davis Event Cancelled After Leftists Tear Down Barricades, Engage In Violence

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MILO’s event at UC Davis has been cancelled after left-wingers tore down barricades and engaged in scuffles outside the venue.

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Protests shutdown Milo Yiannopoulos, ‘pharma bro’ at UC Davis …

Speeches by far-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos and former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli were canceled Friday night after heated protests erupted at the University of California, Davis.

University police put up barricades as protesters shouting “shut it down” grew increasingly rowdy in the hours leading up to the talks. The UC Davis College Republicans, who sponsored the event, chose to cancel about a half-hour before the event began.

Yiannopoulos, who writes for right-wing Breitbart News and is permanently banned from Twitter after leading a harassment campaign against “Ghostbusters” actress Leslie Jones, said on his Facebook page that the event was canceled after “violence from left-wing protesters.”

But campus police said there was no violence or property destruction, and no arrests were made.

UC Davis Interim Chancellor Ralph J. Hexter, who had staunchly defended allowing the event, said he was “deeply disappointed” by the protests and cancellation.

“Our community is founded on principles of respect for all views, even those that we personally find repellent,” Hexter said after the cancellation. “As I have stated repeatedly, a university is at its best when it listens to and critically engages opposing views, especially ones that many of us find upsetting or even offensive.”

Yiannopoulos has been on a college speaking tour and has drawn similar reaction at other universities, and a lucrative book deal he recently signed has caused a similar outcry.

Shkreli stepped down as the head of Turing Pharmaceuticals last year after he was charged with securities fraud. He was heavily criticized in 2015 for raising the price of a lifesaving malaria medication and was recently suspended from Twitter for harassing a journalist.

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Transgender Actor Laverne Cox To Speak at Alternative CU Boulder Event During MILO Visit

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The transgender star of the Netflix series “Orange is the New Black,” Laverne Cox, is set to speak at the University of Colorado’s Boulder campus on January 25th, at the same time as MILO’s scheduled event.

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NEW STRATEGY: Left-Wing Students are Scheduling Alternative Speakers to Counter MILO’s Events

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In an effort to draw attention away from MILO’s campus events, students around the country have been scheduling alternate and opposing talks to occur at the same time.

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UC Davis Lied To Us, Say College Republicans, Forcing Us to Cancel MILO Event

The executive director of the College Republicans claims that the group was intimidated into calling off the event by campus administrators.

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ABC10 Photographer Attacked With Hot Coffee Outside MILO UC Davis Event

A photographer for ABC was attacked with hot coffee while they were reporting on the cancelled event with MILO and Martin Shkreli at UC Davis.

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WATCH: UC Davis Protester Screams Obscenities At Martin Shkreli

Pharmaceutical entrepreneur Martin Shkreli was confronted by an irate protester at UC Davis, where he was scheduled to speak with MILO.

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WATCH: Anti-MILO Protesters Tear Down Barricades At UC Davis

At least one left-wing activist was arrested at UC Davis as protests forced the shutdown of MILO and Martin Shkreli’s event at the college.

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WATCH: MILO Video Producer Pushed, Spat On By UC Davis Protesters

Matt Perdie, a video producer working for MILO, was shoved and spat on while he filmed protesters at UC Davis.

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REPORTS: MILO UC Davis Event Cancelled After Leftists Tear Down Barricades, Engage In Violence

MILO’s event at UC Davis has been cancelled after left-wingers tore down barricades and engaged in scuffles outside the venue.

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Protests shutdown Milo Yiannopoulos, ‘pharma bro’ at UC Davis …

Speeches by far-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos and former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli were canceled Friday night after heated protests erupted at the University of California, Davis. University police put up barricades as protesters shouting “shut it down” grew increasingly rowdy in the hours leading up to the talks. The UC Davis College Republicans, who sponsored the event, chose to cancel about a half-hour before the event began. Yiannopoulos, who writes for right-wing Breitbart News and is permanently banned from Twitter after leading a harassment campaign against “Ghostbusters” actress Leslie Jones, said on his Facebook page that the event was canceled after “violence from left-wing protesters.” But campus police said there was no violence or property destruction, and no arrests were made. UC Davis Interim Chancellor Ralph J. Hexter, who had staunchly defended allowing the event, said he was “deeply disappointed” by the protests and cancellation. “Our community is founded on principles of respect for all views, even those that we personally find repellent,” Hexter said after the cancellation. “As I have stated repeatedly, a university is at its best when it listens to and critically engages opposing views, especially ones that many of us find upsetting or even offensive.” Yiannopoulos has been on a college speaking tour and has drawn similar reaction at other universities, and a lucrative book deal he recently signed has caused a similar outcry. Shkreli stepped down as the head of Turing Pharmaceuticals last year after he was charged with securities fraud. He was heavily criticized in 2015 for raising the price of a lifesaving malaria medication and was recently suspended from Twitter for harassing a journalist.

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Transgender Actor Laverne Cox To Speak at Alternative CU Boulder Event During MILO Visit

The transgender star of the Netflix series “Orange is the New Black,” Laverne Cox, is set to speak at the University of Colorado’s Boulder campus on January 25th, at the same time as MILO’s scheduled event.

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NEW STRATEGY: Left-Wing Students are Scheduling Alternative Speakers to Counter MILO’s Events

In an effort to draw attention away from MILO’s campus events, students around the country have been scheduling alternate and opposing talks to occur at the same time.

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