Epic! Conservative Activist Who Was Sucker-Punched by UC Berkeley Thug Joins President Trump on Stage at CPAC (VIDEO)
Hayden Williams, the conservative activist who was sucker-punched recently by UC Berkeley thug Zachary Greenberg joined President Trump on stage at CPAC on Saturday.
“He took a hard punch in the face for all of us,” President Trump said.
Hayden Williams received a warm welcome and a standing ovation Saturday at CPAC.
— CPAC 2019 (@CPAC) March 2, 2019
President Trump announced he will sign an order tying fed funds for higher education to free speech protection….after bringing on stage Hayden Williams, Tom Fitton said.
.@RealDonaldTrump announced he will sign order tying fed funds for higher education to free speech protection….after bringing on stage Hayden Williams, a @LeadershipInstitute staffer recently punched in the face for recruiting for @TPUSA. Too many Leftist oppose free speech
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) March 2, 2019
As previously reported, a violent leftist attacked a Turning Point USA activist who was out recruiting for their chapter at UC Berkeley last Thursday afternoon in Upper Sproul Plaza.
The assault was captured on video and posted to Twitter by Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk.
LEFTIST VIOLENCE ON CAMPUS
While recruiting for our @TPUSA group at UC Berkeley a leftist thug comes & assaults our activists punching him in the face & hitting him repeatedly
Imagine if the attacker was wearing MAGA hat, would be national news!
This is the violent left!
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) February 21, 2019
The victim was passing out information about the conservative student group when he was approached by two angry men. After a verbal altercation ensued, he pulled out his phone to begin filming.
On Friday, Zachary Greenberg (pictured below) was identified and arrested by UC Police — law enforcement booked him into jail at 1 PM.
CBS San Francisco reported that police will formally present the case to the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office for consideration of the filing of criminal charges, the university said.