When committing the crime of being a conservative on a college campus, there are two creatures that should be avoided at all costs. The first is the wild-eyed college professor known for shrieking hysteria and a willingness to call in muscle against lurking conservatives. The second is the triggered SJW who may unleash fists of fury without provocation.
Louder with Crowder’s intrepid host, Steven Crowder, faced off against the latter at his latest installment of Change My Mind. He was chatting with a friendly pro-abortion student when howls of challenge erupted behind them. Hoping to diffuse the situation by inviting the heckling SJW to his table, he approached the creature but quickly realized the situation was more dangerous than expected. The SJW was larger than average and had positioned himself on the high ground.
Undaunted, Crowder tried to reason with the creature. That was his first big mistake as the SJW pounced quickly with standard retorts about conservatives supporting violence and Ben Shapiro being a Jewish Nazi. Then, he pulled out an unexpected weapon, invoking the label “alt-light” on Crowder.
It worked. Crowder was discombobulated by the nonsensical attack and had to seek clarity knowing there would be little hope of finding it. It was at this point the wild SJW declared his true intentions: disrupting the event entirely.
Crowder found his second wind. He went after the blond pony-tailed SJW like Will Hunting at a Harvard Bar, smashing him with logic and even prompting the SJW’s wingmen to back down as their leader’s resolved faded.
By the time it was over, the SJW seemed satisfied with how he handled the situation, completely unaware of the trouncing he had just suffered. It was awkward, albeit comical.