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On "The Story" last night, Former Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) and Richard Fowler discussed a new poll from the left-leaning Brookings Institution, which reported that 19 percent of undergraduate college students find violence to be an acceptable way to prevent controversial speech.

Chaffetz said that those "preaching tolerance" are actually the ones who are the "least tolerant of anybody."

He referenced Michelle Obama's call to "go high" when opponents "go low."

"I haven't seen anybody on the left doing that," he said.

Watch more above, and see Campus Reform's Hannah Scherlacher react to the Brookings survey below.

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