At a Marxist rally hosted by New York University students in New York City’s Washington Square Park in September, a representative from NYU’s Asian/Pacific/American Institute had a hard time dealing with a a black man dressed as a peacock as she tried to address her “comrades.”
The verbal battle between woman and peacock quickly escalated.
She denounced the goals of “white supremacists who claim racism or nativism” and “stand on stolen land.”
“You need to step the f**k out of our campus! There is no place for sexism,” the student responds before the crowd begins chanting in support of her.
Peacock man responded loudly and defiantly. “You don’t know Martin Luther King,” he maintains.
The student shook her arms and fingers at the peacock antagonist, channeling the power of Trigglypuff. “We must acknowledge the audacity of white supremacists,” she shouts. (RELATED: College Feminist Goes Nuclear After Milo Yiannopoulos Says ‘Feminism Is Cancer’ [VIDEO])