Steven Crowder Quote

“It's important to understand that the idea of political correctness, from its inception, was designed as a political weapon to silence voices of dissent ... today’s social media outrage can be tomorrow’s laws.”

Ratings and Comments

Mike, Norwalk

We hold this truth to be self evident. Political correctness propagated by patrons of the occupying statist theocracy infesting this land is antagonistic to "the laws of nature and of nature's God" (Declaration of Independence). By way of example: a supposed politically correct security supersedes inalienable rights and individual sovereignty. Thus, the inorganic phantasm / servant has become the carnal god with powers and rights in toto aloof from 'We The People'; i.e., tyranny's compelled compliance, government licenses, victimless crimes and larceny with impunity. Further, "hate" crimes, as an independent category of criminal jurisprudence, is a weapon against a Despot's politically correct disposition of control.

Patrick Henry, Red Hill

Pride, fear and a concomitant power lust, cardinal frailties of character all, are the muses of the theology of those who esteem themselves to be "politically correct".

Jim K, Austin

When a Muslim kills one or more people , the media wrings their collective hands trying to figure out why this happened. And they try hard not to mention that this had anything to do with Islam. It's pretty simple , just Muslims being Muslims it's what they do.

Ronw13, Oregon

With their voices Raised, of We the People, the plot of elitist, socialist, and corporatist have been Shaken to their core. This is America, with a Core of Understanding Rarely shared. That which some call a Phenomena, spoken by one faction within the scientific community, is nothing more than a "phenomena" cover, of actual understanding of the Natural law which is used within leadership concerning upcoming events. Science is not blind, knowledge is withheld to create an edge, from which to work. Obviously with the meetings this week, policing will come. There is a New Administration taking power, shaping sentiment and loyalty around the world. The sacred cause of Liberty, remember, started from the other side of the pond.

E Archer, NYC

'Hate speech' has been adopted from the European socialist governments. In America, "Congress shall make no law" abridging the right to free speech. That does not mean that anything spoken will have no consequences. I am responsible for what I say. If what I say causes real injury, then I am responsible for that. Who decides the line between 'dislike' and 'hate'? Who is to judge? This strikes at the heart of the socialist 'religion' -- they claim the same ideals as Christianity but through force -- just like the Catholics of old. The worship and pursuit of Power still remains -- and if you 'hate' that, you will be bound tighter due to your 'treason.'

Hateful speech has its own fruits -- better to learn from one's actions than to be protected from their consequences.

E Archer, NYC

It should be remembered that the definition of a 'crime' is as an intentionally malicious act. An act is considered criminal if there is an intent to do harm -- mens rea. Causing harm alone does not constitute a crime -- it must be intentional. And who judges whether there was a criminal intent? The JURY. Not bureaucrats or school administrators. Hate speech is just another tactic to distract us from a republican form of government as chartered in the US Constitution. Hate speech laws in America are unconstitutional -- 'thought crimes' are an Obamanation.

Steven, Phoenix

That is a bald-faced lie. Its 'inception', if you can call it that, arose when it became unacceptable to call someone a 'n*gger". It's still completely unacceptable; get over it. If you can't express yourself without using epithets of utter hate, go back to school. That said, political correctness has certainly gone too far. But don't throw the baby out with the bathwater.


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