WATCH: Anti-Fascists Can't Define Fascism

They’d have no hesitation if they actually lived under it.

It would seem that if you’re against something, you ought to know what it is. But for the growing “anti-fascist” movement, some members aren’t quite sure what they’re protesting.

Campus Reform sent its media director, Cabot Phillips, to Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit in Palm Beach, Florida, to talk to the pro-Antifa activists there protesting a speech by Jesse Watters from Fox News.

What Phillips discovered when he asked the protesters to define fascism was that they struggled and stuttered their way through answers. Clearly, none of them have ever lived under actual fascism, which is not this perceived fascism of the Right. It would appear that they’ve never even read any history books on the subject either. Just because you don’t agree with someone’s views doesn’t make them a fascist. Of course, that’s what they believe and that’s why they can’t form coherent sentences.

But, hey, hold a sign or throw a rock, that’ll show ‘em.

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