Black Student Responds To Neo-Nazi Alt Righter With This Epic Response

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Should we allow the Republicans and alt-right spread their hate speech.

There has been a lot of first amendment debate recently over whether or not to allow such speakers to speak at colleges.

Sometimes members of the alt-right are often met with protests before they are to speak at a campus.

This is what happened with Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos.

Talk show host Ben Shapiro was also protested when he went to speak in California.

Yesterday, white supremacist Richard Spencer was speaking at Auburn University in Alabama and students threaten similar protests.

However, the odd thing is that Spencer wasn’t invited to speak.

No, he actually paid for a classroom and then opened it up to the public.

According to sources, at first, he canceled the engagement due to safety concerns.

But now we think he wished he would have canceled.

An African-America woman stunned the audience when she asked, “How are white people more racially oppressed than black people? Because I’m a black woman at a predominantly white institution and I want to know what challenges yall face that I don’t?”

Exactly. Don’t worry, Spencer, we’ll wait.

Then, she followed up with what was perhaps her most epic question,

“And then another question: How did it feel when you got punched in the face at the inauguration?”

BOOM! And just like that, she stole the show.

You have to see Spencer’s reaction in the video below.

Watch the full video below.


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