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Steven Crowder Takes to the Streets to Debunk the “Hate Speech” Myth

In a political landscape where many on the left seem incapable of engaging in rational argument, Steven Crowder’s “Change My Mind” series of videos emphasize having rational disagreements and dialogue centered on issues.

Crowder recently took to the streets wearing a sign that stated “hate speech isn’t real” while inviting passersbys to change his mind. For anyone following over the top liberal reactions since Trump’s election — from liberal screech-fests to grown adults protesting in “pussy hats” — this video will be something of a pleasant surprise.

Crowder politely engages with a liberal woman on why hate speech in America does not exist thanks to the First Amendment, all while politely asserting this is a good thing. While the woman starts the conversation by questioning Crowder’s “white male privilege”, the discussion was largely productive and ends with the pair finding unexpected common ground.

Sadly, the good vibes do not last long, as an exceedingly irrational, liberal man arrives in short order to chastise Crowder and remove any possibility of a civil discussion.

In between the man’s one-sided lecture and irrational defense of a hypothetical United States with hate speech laws, the unhinged man somehow manages to drop the N-word while maintaining hate speech should be illegal.

The video is more than worth the watch if only to see what civil discourse with a liberal can look like. The civil dialogue found in the video stands in stark contrast to the illogical, overly emotional responses that are too often employed by the left today.

Watch the video below to see Crowder’s productive debate with a liberal painfully juxtaposed by discourse with an unhinged virtue signaler likely suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome.

~ Liberty Video News


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