When the UC Berkeley canceled Ann Coulter’s appearance at the school because of her “overly conservative”, the media went crazy writing headlines about it. Now, the Bikers for Trump have a few thoughts to share.
The group’s founder, Chris Cox, visited Fox Business Network and gave his opinion over Berkeley’s decision to block Coulter, adding that his bikers are “ready to take action.”
“I didn’t see an upside in coming to Berkeley and standing toe to toe with twinkle toes and butter cups. We are certainly not looking for a fight… We are here on the defense, not the offense,” Cox discussed with host Stuart Varney.
Cox stated that he met with Berkeley police over their plan of action. He went on saying that their plans require law and over, and that violence is the last thing they want.
He also stated that “any rumors that they’ve been told to stand down will be squashed today.” Cox said that they won’t allow any disobedience, and nobody will wear the ski masks we’ve already seen across the states. The Bikers For Trump will be at Berkeley, and they won’t do anything to put a black dot on their name.