This video is getting a lot of buzz around the internet right now, it shows University of Minnesota Duluth student and Black Panther member Blair Jordon Moses confronting Gustavus Adolphus College student and member of the Youth for Western Civilization and the Leadership Institute Phil Cleary who was handing out pocket Constitutions on September 16th in front of the Multicultural Center at UMD.

In the video Moses says to Cleary regarding the Second Amendment — the right to keep and bear arms:

“I just want to let you know that if you ever threaten the Multicultural Center, I will exercise it,” “If I ever threaten the Multicultural Center, you’ll shoot me?” Cleary responded.

“I didn’t say that,” Moses said.

Also in the video is Susana Pelayo-Woodward, UMD’s director of the Office of Cultural Diversity, she is heard asking if Cleary's group is a “white supremacist group.” He said no, and she responded, “No? It looks like one.”

Check out the video for yourself and make up your own mind and feel free to talk about it below in the comment area.