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A black conservative event at the University of
Madison-Wisconsin on Saturday was interrupted by left-wing
protesters who “exposed themselves and even
masturbated on camera
” according to a News
Talk 1130 report this week.

While at least one crybully merely shouted obscenities,
conference speakers can be heard reacting with shock as one man
“exposed himself on the event’s Zoom link and began masturbating
before organizers could shut down the feed.”

Welcome once again, ladies and gentlemen, to
Late-Roman/Mid-Weimar America, where you can’t be a black
conservative without lefties literally losing their pants over

UA-Madison’s “Black Conservatism: The Past, Present, and
Future” was a hybrid live/video event featuring Woodson
Center founder
 Bob Woodson. The
86-year-old civil rights activist is also the author of “Red,
White, and Black: Rescuing American History from Revisionists
and Race Hustlers,” and appeared at the conference via Zoom.

UW-Madison Law Professor Ryan Owens, who organized the
event, said, “We brought together some of the foremost black
conservatives in the country to discuss the past, present, and
future of black conservatism. The speakers were fantastic. And
the event went well until people hacked into the Zoom feed.”

That went about the way you might expect from campus
crybullies. “One person spoke reprehensible things over the
audio feed before we shut it down,” Owens told New Talk 1130.
“At the same time, others used the chat feature to write
horrible things.”

That’s when at least one “protestor” went Full Toobin
and “exposed his genitals to the camera.”

Here’s the video. Don’t worry, you won’t see any of the
naughty bits. You will, however, hear one rather
white-sounding fellow say, “Shut up, you fa**ots,” in yet
another of Left’s displays of tolerance and understanding.

“I take it this guy doesn’t agree with us,” Woodson
replied with a chuckle.

Woodson has been active in civil rights for 60 years,
so I’m assuming he’s seen it all. He certainly has after last

Everybody knows you never go Full Toobin, but that’s
exactly what happened in Madison. In case you’re lucky enough to
have forgotten, lefty political commenter Jeffery Toobin
whipped it out and began masturbating during a Zoom call with
his New Yorker magazine colleagues in 2020.
Some said he
simply forgot to turn off his video before he pleasured himself
during a work call — he who is without sin among you, let him
first cast a stone… oh, never mind — but I had a different take.
Knowing what I do about Toobin’s sordid personal life, I wrote
that he was probably “using
semipublic masturbation as some kind of perverted workplace

And that brings us right back to what happened at
UA-Madison over the weekend, where the leaders of tomorrow are
being groomed to express polite disagreement through the subtle
and ancient art of masturbating on other people’s Zoom calls.

While I’m as shocked as anyone at the bad behavior, I
can’t say I’m actually surprised by the news. A good friend of
mine from high school, who was basically a communist, spent a
semester at UW-Madison, and he fit right in. It was the autumn
of 1987, President Ronald Reagan was wrapping up two terms of
near-total success in expanding liberty on the economic front
and in the Cold War. However, according to Dave and his new
friends and professors at Madison, the country was already

These people looked back fondly at Jimmy Carter; I kid
thee not.

When everything is fascist, any bad behavior is excusable
by the Left. But Owens, to his credit, finished strong. He said
that the inexcusable behavior “exposed a broader problem we face
as [a] society,” and that “this kind of intolerance — and that’s
exactly what it was — must stop.”

“When some people disagree with other people’s points of
view, they seek to shut down their speech,” Owns said. “We need
to cultivate a culture of free speech and an ability to be civil
to each other.”

Or, you know, whip it out and masturbate at your
political opponents as a way for lefties to fully expose
themselves for what they truly are.