Kevin O'Leary has bad news for terrorist apologist protesters on college campuses: “This will haunt you” (video) | The Gateway expert

Kevin O'Leary participates in Fox & Friends Weekend

Mr. Wonderful, Kevin O'Leary, joined Fox & Friends Weekend and shared some bad news for the terrorist apologist protesters throwing tantrums on college campuses across the country.

He warned that high-tech AI has everyone in its grasp, and that their behavior “will come back to haunt you.”

Piet Hegseth: Anarchy on college campuses continues throughout the weekend, with student activists highlighting their pro-Hamas sentiments. And now Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary is sounding a word of warning to these troublemakers. O'Leary warns that student protesters are “ruining their job prospects,” adding when it comes to their futures, “they're screwed.” Shark Tank investor and Chairman of O'Leary Ventures, Kevin O'Leary, is here with us now.

Kevin, thanks for being here. Why are they screwed? Is it because many of them wear masks and try to hide their identities? Do you think that will work?

Kevin O'Leary: It worked in the '60s and '70s because it was only shot on 16-millimeter film. Nowadays, all these video security cameras have 1080p and 4K resolution. Extremely high resolution that allows you to use AI protocols to identify people by the iris or just partial facial exposure.

Do you ever wonder how they captured every person who marched on the hill in the insurgents? Whether or not they were arrested didn't matter, but every individual on that hill was ultimately identified using this AI technology, which is highly available today. It's cheap.

And I use it as an employer every time we have a candidate in the executive suite. We dive deep and discover where you come from… We look for what you say on your CV to fit the reality of your life.

Obviously I don't care what side you are on during the protest, but if you fight the police, burn flags, destroy property, break in, break windows, I will know about it. And that also applies to the government, and to everyone. So think about that. That's all I tell these young people.

Think about it, because it's not free.

Piet Hegseth:Do you think they are thinking about it or do they think this will pay off? I mean, everything that's in their incentive structure, Kevin says, in academia, becomes an activist, an agitator. That's what their universities tell them to do. Wouldn't they have their best chances in mind?

Kevin O'Leary: Well, universities and the concept of tenor for professors allow people with different thoughts and ideas to flourish. That is what our institutions stand for. But let me go back to a simple fact. When you break the law of the land, you become a criminal.

If you think putting on a mask or wearing sunglasses will protect you, it won't. That's all I'm telling you. I think when you're in your 20s you're very passionate, and everyone understands that and everyone goes through that process. But think about it. Think about what happens next. Why haven't you gotten that job in ten years? Why didn't you get on that board? Why can't you get a loan?

I'm telling you why now, because I saw you do it, and you lied to me on your resume about never breaking the law. Well, you did. Whether you get caught or not doesn't matter to me as an employer. That's why you need to think about this carefully. I now teach this at universities. The world has changed because we have AI and high-resolution images that are captured every day and end up on the dark web within 48 hours. I can see it whenever I want.

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