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February 8, 2016


DAILYKENN.com -- How much would you pay to see Prof. Robert Weide taken to the mat by an alleged "white supremacist"?

Weide suggested the challenge on Facebook as a reaction to a conservative activist being scheduled to speak at California State University, Los Angeles.

The speaker in question is Ben Shapiro who will speak at the campus later this month. 

"White supremacist" is a racist pejorative commonly used to stereotype conservatives and others whose minds have not been infected with the cultural Marxism virus. [ Read more here ► ]

Weide made the sardonic comment on a Facebook page hosted by CSULA Young Americans for Freedom (YAF). YAF is sponsoring the speaking event. The wrestling bout is yet to be scheduled. [ Read more here ► ]

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