Tonight, Tucker Carlson took on Yvette Felarca, a national organizer for militant left-wing activist group By Any Means Necessary.

Felarca, who helped organize the protests at UC-Berkeley two weeks ago, is calling for similar protests at universities across the country when there are guest speakers she believes are "fascists."

"A fascist is someone who's organizing a mass movement that's attacking women, immigrants, black people, other minority groups in a movement of genocide," Felarca said.

She said that Milo Yiannopoulos, the subject of the Berkeley riots, is a fascist because he whips up a "lynch mob mentality" among his supporters and incites violence.

Noting that Felarca's group's name calls for fighting fascists "by any means necessary," Tucker pressed her on what level of violence they are willing to use.

"To what extent would you go to stop [a] person from spreading 'genocidal propaganda'?" Tucker asked.

Felarca said she would call on others to stand up, counter-protest and "shut down" that person.

"What do you mean by 'shut down'?" Tucker asked. "What if I want to keep talking? I'm saying something you find appalling, but I've got a First Amendment right. I'm an American. What would you do?"

Watch the heated back-and-forth above, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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