Conservative commentator David Horowitz lashed out Thursday at University of California-Berkeley President Janet Napolitano in the wake of a violent campus riot that forced the cancellation of a speech by Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos.
In an interview with Fox News' Lou Dobbs, Horowitz, the author of the best-selling "Big Agenda: President Trump's Plan to Save America," slammed the former secretary of Homeland Security under President Barack Obama for providing "sanctuary" on campus to illegal immigrants, calling it a "violation of the Patriot Act."
"They encourage this," Horowitz said of the protest. "Why weren't people arrested? I can't go to campuses without bodyguards."
"We have a seditious democratic party that is destroying the American electoral system. We have actresses calling for a military coup, we have Democrats sabotaging an incoming administration, and a State Department leaking presidential conversations. It's a mess."