'Antifa has been given free rein on college campuses,' Cabot Phillips says
- Campus Reform's Cabot Phillips weighed in on the rise of Antifa on Fox & Friends Wednesday.
- Phillips attributed the far-left group's rise to colleges being the "perfect place" to recruit supporters.
Campus Reform Editor-in-Chief Cabot Phillips said on Fox & Friends Wednesday morning that colleges are the "perfect place for Antifa to recruit" because of the type of atmosphere that's been festering in academia for years.
Phillips responded to former Antifa member Gabriel Nadales, who is now an employee of Campus Reform's parent organization, the Leadership Institute, who said that colleges "allow Antifa to work under their noses." Phillips said Antifa has been able to grow on campuses because "they know that classrooms are places that are inundating students with these anti-capitalist, anti-cop, anti-conservative messages."