A sane take. Michael Flynn reminds us that the prospect of people, largely young postmodern liberals, storming venues and shutting down debate, and even threatening speakers they don't like, is not something that started last week. It's been going on for years now, and increasingly our institutions of higher learning have begun to rethink the value of higher learning in order to appeal to these rather tolerantly intolerant youth.
Not to say Trump doesn't deserve some of the blame. I think he does. But we certainly can't - and shouldn't - act as if this is some fluke, that Trump just stepped into a down home culture of polite and civil discourse and suddenly started flinging verbal chairs around the room. That's as wrong as those who try to act like the world on August 5, 1945 was on the brink of living out the Messianic peace of the Thrice-Holy God when all of a sudden BAM!, the racist US flew in a nuked them some babies because Racism!
That type of narrative, by the way, is probably as much to blame for what we are seeing, if not more, than either Trump or the protesters. Just my opinion.