Bill Maher did a follow up from his #MeToo rant last week. This time with Bari Weiss from the New York Times. You may remember her from such “problematic” OpEd’s like “What Aziz Ansari did was not rape.” While both Maher and Weiss aren’t members of #MugClub, they brought up a lot of points we can see eye to eye on. Rape and smacking dat ass, while both inappropriate, are not the same thing. They went all Dave Rubin on us pointing out the difference between liberals vs hard leftists.
But it’s Maher’s rants against fragile leftist millennials I can never say no to.
I don’t think it’s the majority of millennials. I think it’s the upper-middle-class kids who grew up screaming at their parents and that was okay. And they are just so fucking fragile––excuse me––I think of them as emotional hemophiliacs and the rest of us have to be so careful around them…
The latest generation of bitter leftists doesn’t seem to get it. Our country has as many serious problems as Michael Moore has extra pounds. Everyone is putting forth solutions to solve them. Everyone except for leftists of course. Their idea of a solution is boo-hooing like a toddler until their enemies cave and give them their way.
These fragile leftist millennials don’t just attack people for having the “wrong” opinion. They attack them for having the “right” opinion, but not expressing it using the “right” words. “There are no varying severities of sexual harassment, you rape apologist! Saying hello is the same as penetrating her without permission!” It’s a super quick way to get everyone, even people who agree with you, to not waste their time arguing with you.
And eventually, not even bothering to listen to you in the first place.