Could there be anything more offensive than hanging the ISIS flag or a Nazi swastika at a major American university campus?
The answer, according to one student leader at the University of California, is yes: the flag of the United States of America.
In an interview with American documentary-maker and activist Ami Horowitz, UC Irvine student Matthew Guevara claimed he had submitted a motion to have the flag removed because it "represents hate-speech."
More incredibly, his motion was PASSED by the student government with a 60% majority.
Apparently unaware of the tongue-in-cheek nature of the interview, Guevara's answers to Horowitz's questions were at times simultaneously cringe-worthy and hilarious.
Horowitz has become something of a viral sensation with his videos exposing the hypocrisy of the far-left in particular.
Recently he revealed how Irish businesses who supported the anti-Israel BDS boycott movement, ostensibly motivated by a concern for "human rights," were more than happy to stock produce from such bastions of human rights as Iran, North Korea and Sudan.
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