Hate Speech: Law of the land?
Our schools are brain-washing our children and educating them incorrectly on the United States Constitution. Thanks to the left-biased common core loving liberals, hate speech, is now a term in public schools. What it really is in disguise is a chilling way to silence our freedom of speech as protected by the United States Constitution. Are we in a crisis?
Yes. The freedom of speech is central to our existence as Americans, like the ACLU parades around stating, when they train their social justice warriors at #ResistTrump movement, “dissent is patriotic”. Ask Milo Yiannopoulos, whom had Berkeley lose their mind over his speech he intended on giving there. The violence, hypocrisy, and unconstitutional strategizing of the “alt left” is startling and really demoralizing. The IQ must be low for the “alt left”, since resorting to violence seems to be the answer.
Fighting the intolerance.
The best thing to do at this point is know your rights. Shockingly, even the ACLU, whom leans as far left as it comes, has called out the unconstitutional silencing of our freedom of speech. As they stated, they “believe that all campuses should adhere to First Amendment principles because academic freedom is a bedrock of education in a free society.” The ACLU got it right this time, it truly is. Without free speech, colleges and universities can use it to suppress dissent. They can use it to silence your freedom you are guaranteed as Americans. Nothing, is more frightening than that. Imagine how the nation would become, and some would argue it already has, stooped to this level of violating the law.
Silencing the freedom of speech is nothing short but an attack on American values. Keep your guns. Keep your private property. Keep your freedom of speech.
Our most profound moments in history wouldn’t of happened without the freedom of speech, imagine if Dr. King was silenced on his famous “I have a dream” speech. That is not the America we want, that’s what Hillary’s America might of wanted, but we need to stand strong when it comes to our Constitution and especially our bill of rights.