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CNN’s Brian Stelter Equates Free Speech to a Machine Gun

If you’ve ever dealt with a teenager who doesn’t want to do his homework, complete his chores, and develop good habits, then you have a pretty good idea what’s it’s like arguing with leftists all the time.

It’s one thing for a person to not want to hear the truth. Most people are that way at least a little bit. The idea is that we are supposed to challenge ourselves to be as accepting of the truth as possible. In fact, Friedrich Nietzsche once said that you can judge a man’s character by his capacity to accept the truth.

To the radical left, truth that makes a person uncomfortable is hate speech. They have done their forked-tonged best to make truthful speech verboten. They want us to think that if someone says something that makes someone else feel uncomfortable, that person has done violence on the other person.

They have gone so far as to claim that offense should always be judged through the eyes of the offended. That means anyone who gets sore feelings gets to be the winner of every debate. Even worse, they want the right to respond to your speech with real violence.

In other words, they want to hurt you and not be held accountable. that’s the culture they are trying to set up.

Here’s The Liberty Hound with some nasty video of CNN’s Brian Stelter showing us a perfect example.

~ Liberty Video News



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