Contrary to what political correctness and social justice advocates would have you believe, their ideas are not about protecting minorities. They serve only one purpose in our society, and that is to hamstring free speech and hobble the cultural cornerstones of our rights. On the surface these ideas may sound like they’re promoting sensitivity, but in reality they are tools of social engineering designed to break down our culture and language, and pave the way for a new oppressive society.
If you aren’t convinced, take a look at what happened in the Louisiana legislature last week when Representative Valarie Hodges tried to pass a bill that would have kids recite a portion of the Declaration of Independence in school. The bill was well on its way to passing, until Representative Barbara Norton said the document was unfair and that not “all men are created equal.” Watch her defend her objection with the most baffling logic you’ll hear all week.
The bill has since been shelved. This is how freedom dies in America. Not by a foreign invasion or the rise of a charismatic dictator, but by political correctness and abject stupidity.
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