Former presidential candidate Rick Santorum spoke at Cornell on Wednesday night and was repeatedly interrupted and heckled by a group of students.

The event was sponsored by the Cornell Republicans who announced it on Facebook:

The Cornell University College Republicans is proud to announce that Rick Santorum, former Senator, former presidential candidate, author, and attorney will be speaking in Alice Statler Auditorium on the Cornell University Campus on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 6:30 PM. Doors will open at 6:15 PM, and there will be a question and answer session following Mr. Santorum’s keynote speech. The event is free and open to the public.

Rick Santorum will be speaking about his experiences in politics and his views on America’s political future, with particular emphasis on the upcoming four years. He will draw from his experiences inside and outside of Washington to provide his unique perspective on American politics.

Mr. Santorum graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 1980 with a Bachelor of Arts in political science; while at PSU, he was the chairman of their College Republicans chapter. He then earned his MBA at the University of Pittsburgh in 1981, and capped off his studies by earning a JD from PSU’s Dickinson School of Law.

Santorum is a Catholic social conservative who opposes gay marriage. You know, like Obama and Hillary did until very recently.

In this portion, Santorum gives it right back to the hecklers:

I suspect that all of the people who just stood will walk around this campus and talk about tolerance, and all of them will tell you you have to celebrate what? Diversity. Celebrate diversity, preach tolerance, but when it comes to anybody who disagrees with them, there is no tolerance.

Here are a few more clips from the event via Twitter:

Professor Jacobson and others commented:

I’ve said this before but it bears repeating again and again.

The left still doesn’t understand why Trump won.

Featured image via YouTube.