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Steven Crowder’s Latest ‘Change My Mind’ Makes Feminists Cry

CRTV’s Steven Crowder really overdid himself with this one…

Coming back with the segment that has immortalized the conservative commentator as a living meme, Crowder once again set up shop at a college campus to challenge students to change his mind about a controversial topic. This time, he invited students to convince him that rape culture is not a myth.

Judging by the reactions of students as well as the need for a police officer to settle a verbal conflict, this might have been the infotainment host’s most controversial feat to date. The unedited conversations seen in the video below show students breaking into tears after being unable to articulate any actual arguments, or others taking issue with the debate format itself. In short, no one’s mind was changed, but it was beyond entertaining watching the events in the video unfold.

It is hard to tell how Crowder was able to keep his composure throughout all of these exchanges. As was seen in previous videos, which have touched on gun control, free speech, and other hot button issues, many seem more content with simply hurling insults rather than actually sitting down and putting forth rational arguments.

Watch the video in full below.

~ Liberty Video News


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