The Young Americans for Foundation (YAF) held a debate at the University of Michigan between conservative best-selling author, Dinesh D’Souza, and unrepentant domestic terrorist, Bill Ayers.
At one point during the debate, the two exchanged jabs regarding the political justice system.
D’Souza, who served 8 months in overnight confinement for donating $20,000 over the campaign finance limits, endured a few shots from Ayers.
Ayers used D’Souza’s crime to explain, “I think the criminal justice system is deeply corrupt and it’s corrupted by politics.”
But the Weather Underground terrorist quickly regretted going there when D’Souza fired back.
Watch D’Souza blast Ayers below:
“The inequity of our criminal justice system is on full display right on this podium right here,” he said. “So I gave $20,000 of my own money over the campaign finance limit. I got 8 months in overnight confinement. You bombed the Pentagon and tried to bomb all kinds of other things — how much time did you do in the slammer?”
Ayers didn’t serve any time in prison for his bombings as authorities failed to obtain proper warrants for their surveillance of the terrorist organization.
But his history is well-documented. Ayers took part in a series of bombings in the 1970s, including New York City Police Department headquarters in 1970, the United States Capitol building in 1971, and the Pentagon in 1972.
Famously, in an article that appeared in the New York Times on September 11th, 2001, Ayers was quoted as saying that he did not regret setting bombs and felt “we didn’t do enough.”
Check out this interview in which Ayers actually claims the bombing he was involved in didn’t constitute terrorism:
Comment: Is it fair that D’Souza, a conservative who committed campaign finance violations, served time in prison while Ayers, Obama’s liberal terrorist pal skated? Share your thoughts below.