College street party in Boulder, Colorado turns into a riot

A massive street party near the University of Colorado in Boulder turned violent over the weekend. Between 500 to 800 people, who said they were protesting against the university's COVID-19 restrictions, flipped over cars, destroyed property, and injured three cops.


"This is a culmination of kindred spirits," a grandiloquent gentleman told a TV news crew. Gesturing at the street filled with trash and vandalized cars behind him, he added, "They have come together to put on something beautiful. A rebellion, a revolution you could call it. They feel like they've had their freedoms taken away from them by the school, by the county. This is a revolt."

You can bet many of these students, who have wealthy parents who can afford the steep out-of-state tuition, are already in touch with their family lawyers to help them avoid any unpleasant repercussions.

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