A viral video shows an altercation at Arizona State University between two black female student activists of the Marxist Black Lives Matter movement who approached two white students to tell them that their presence offended them and that they should leave the place.

It all started with the video of the black female students approaching and filming two young men sitting at a table reading.
The computer of the first young man whom the woman first recorded had a sticker on it that read ‘Cops’ Lives Matter,’ a phrase that came as a response to the demonization of police forces after the in-custody death of George Floyd in the Minnesota city.

A viral video shows an altercation at Arizona State University between two black female student activists of the Marxist Black Lives Matter movement who approached two white students to tell them that their presence offended them and that they should leave the place.

It all started with the video of the black female students approaching and filming two young men sitting at a table reading.

The computer of the first young man whom the woman first recorded had a sticker on it that read ‘Cops’ Lives Matter,’ a phrase that came as a response to the demonization of police forces after the in-custody death of George Floyd in the Minnesota city.

“Police lives matter?” the black student asked.

The other young man accompanying his colleague interjected, “We’re just trying to do school,” and the first added, “You guys have the same sticker (referring to the phrase ‘black lives matter’).

The black student replied, “But this is our space!”

One of the young men, who also began recording the incident, sarcastically said, “We got a ‘police lives matter’ sticker and we’re being kicked out, we can’t do school.”

“No one is kicking you out,” replied one of the activists, who appeared to be more than two.

“You just said we have to leave!” the young man replied in annoyance.

At that point, both sides accuse each other that the presence of each other makes them uncomfortable, to which one of the BLM activists bluntly states:

“But you are white! Do you understand what a multicultural space means?” the black student asks, apparently referring to the room they were in, a space apparently reserved to carry out various tasks, but where most of the students seemed to be simply studying.

“White’s not a culture?” he asked, surprised by the black student’s statement.

“No! White is not a culture!” the black student shouted back. “This white man thinks he can take up our space and this is why we need a multicultural space because they think they can get away with this sh*t!”

One of the white students, who seemed more determined to confront the situation, told them that he would sit there as long as he wanted, and to get him out, they would have to get someone to do it.

The activists assured him that they would get someone to get them out.

The other young man, who was more confused by the approach as the young woman recording the video was trying to seek support from those present by raising her voice, asked:

“Is there somewhere I can go?”

The young black woman, already using a higher tone of voice, replied that almost the entire campus was ‘centered’ on whites, that she could choose any other floor of the university to go to but that this was their space and that they were trying to take it over with their ‘whiteness.’

Already more emboldened and shouting, the activist accused the young men of being racist:

“You are racist, your sticker is racist, because police, that’s a job, you can choose to be a police, I didn’t chose to be black… you can choose to be a cop, you can choose to kill people with a badge, and you are protecting that shit, which means that you are racist…”

The young man was saddened by the situation and apologized, saying he didn’t mean to offend them.

“This offends us automatically because these people kill people like us, so you are promoting our murderers,” one of the black students replied.

At that point, another Asian student approached and told the black female students that they should not be offended by the sticker, which gave a little courage to the young man who stood up and yelled at them:

“I’m not racist, I’m just studying. I pay the same f**king tuition as you. I’m working 60 hours a week while going to school because my parents don’t just give me money!”

According to Daily Caller, the young men ended up leaving the room because of the activists’ harassment.

One of the users who posted the video, which amassed nearly 5 million views, set up a donation campaign for the young man, but GoFundme took it down after he raised $3,000 because the video’s content violated prohibited conduct policies.

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