Video Shows That Young Americans Are Now Willing To Give Up Rights Protected Under First Amendment To Make Others “Feel More Comfortable”
Earlier this week, I reported on young people in America who had no idea of what the 4th of July was nor what occurred on that date in our history. Sad, but true. Now, a new video is out demonstrating that young Americans are being driven more by their feelings than the truth. in fact, they are being driven by their feelings so much that they are willing to give up their God-given rights, which are protected under the First Amendment in order to ensure that others are not offended.
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As the cancel culture trend continues to hit college campuses, Campus Reform has reported on a number of cases where colleges and universities have sanctioned professors, and in one case even expelled a student, for posts he made on social media.
Campus Reform Digital Reporter Eduardo Neret recently asked students and young Americans about their thoughts on schools monitoring the social media of students and faculty. He also asked whether they would be willing to sacrifice some of their free speech rights to make sure others on campus feel comfortable.
Most students and young Americans said they were fine with colleges and universities monitoring social media accounts. Some even said they would willingly turn their accounts over for inspection.
“I definitely think they should be monitoring the hate speech because that shouldn’t be allowed,” one individual said.
She also added she would encourage a school to inspect her social media accounts “if it has to do with helping the school in…creating a sense of more safety and security and erasing the hate speech.”
“If that’s something I can be helpful for, I’d be happy to.”
“I have nothing to hide,” another student said.
Many were quick to say they would trade their free speech rights for the comfort of others on campus.
“I would do that, cause I mean if I’m just giving up a little of what I care about just to make others feel better, I’d do that,” another person said. “I’d make that exchange.”
This spells trouble, America… really big trouble!
Take a look.
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media