On February 19, Hayden Williams, a Leadership Institute field representative, was allegedly protesting the Jussie Smollett hoax at the UC Berkeley campus and displaying a sign that read “hate crime hoaxes hurt real victims.” Multiple reports claim Williams was there on behalf of the Leadership Institute & Turning Point.
Videos show that as Williams staged a peaceful protest two yet to be identified males approached him and began verbally harassing him, hurling insults such as, ““Mother fucker”, “racist”, “inbred bitch” and “cunt.” One attacker even goes so far as to suggest he will murder Williams when he says “I will shoot you.”
Impressively Williams remains calm and begins filming the incident with his phone. Suddenly the suspect launches into an attack, culminating in a violent blow to the face of Williams.
State law is quite clear, attacking someone for political affiliation is considered a hate crime. According to a California Government website dedicated to hate violence, if Williams decides to push forward with a complaint under the Ralph Act, he may be entitled to receive compensation for actual and punitive damages, as well as civil penalties and attorneys fees.
The culprit has yet to be identified as of this writing. However, UC Berekely chancellor did email the campus community asking for any tips and information that could lead to an arrest. Of course, still no word from those leftist politicians.