EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Prof says universities 'make it easier' for Antifa ideas to be 'put into practice'
- Bucknell University Professor Alexander Riley says universities "make it easier" for ideas, such as those of Antifa, to take root.
- Riley explained this is partly because of the fact that "everybody's on the same side," referring to college campuses.
Bucknell University Professor Alexander Riley says universities "make it easier" for "wrong-headed" and "anti-democratic" ideas, like those of Antifa and its sympathizers, to take root and be "put into practice."
Riley, who first drew attention to the fact that Bucknell University invited former Dartmouth lecturer and Antifa sympathizer Mark Bray to speak on the Pennsylvania campus on the eve of the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, made those comments and more in an exclusive interview with Campus Reform Managing Editor Jon Street on Tuesday.