From the April 10 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor:
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): So, you said the French revolution, this reminded me of Munich in the late 1920s, early 1930s. Where if you went up against the Nazi orthodoxy just starting to rise, they'd beat you up. You couldn't speak. Is there any difference?
HEATHER MAC DONALD: The irony here is these people go under the moniker of antifascists. Can you imagine if conservatives tried shut down Elizabeth Warren from speaking? The fascist term would be thrown around promiscuously followed immediately by misogynist. Instead, this sort of thing gets no attention from The New York Times. But this is the very definition of fascist behavior, not only are they shutting me up, I can deal with that. But they are not allowing their fellow students to hear a range of views through the sheer exercise of brute force.