Tulsi Gabbard Draws Comparison Between Cancel Culture and ISIS, Al Qaeda
We tend to have fun with cancel culture because of the abject silliness of it. It's outrage. It's laughing at the permaoffended woke chuckleheads whose entire life revolves around looking for things Americans like and trying to ruin them. It must suck to wake up every day knowing you're so easily offended by Dr. Seuss, the Muppets, Pepe Le Pew, Mr. Bean, and Star Wars. I'd be embarrassed to show my face in public. It's probably why so many of these douchelords hide behind Twitter accounts.
But there is a broader issue over the EASE of how things get "canceled." Tulsi Gabbard is concerned about the freedom of expression aspect, as well as where she thinks we're headed. Tulsi comes in at 4:17 if you want to skip ahead. I'm starting the video from the beginning just because I miss Trey Gowdy.
Tulsi Gabbard blasts cancel culture 'We see the final expression of it in Islamic terrorist groups' youtu.be
"Okay, well, where does this cancel culture lead us?" You see the final expression of cancel culture in Islamist terrorist groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda who basically go and behead those who they deem to be infidels or heretics in order to silence them, in order to protect others from being misled by those heretical ideas and in the eyes of an ISIS or Al Qaeda.
OBVIOUSLY, she's not making an apples-to-apples comparison. No one thinks the outrage brigade is literally going to the violent extremism route. But it's not like there AREN'T any comparisons when it comes to fanaticism and cult-like devotion. Which I find ironic. The same devoutly religious woke leftist tw*t crowd are the first to claim Christians are rigid ideologues. Even comparing us the terrorists. Yet I can have a drink with someone who views a social issue or two differently from me and not look to have their life destroyed. You can't even sit at the same table with leftists if you think Ricky Gervais or J.K. Rowling are less than evil.
The end result is total control of information. What's allowed to be said, shared, and distributed. Decided by a small group of people with a rigid ideology of what's allowed. It's not all about children's books and cartoon characters. Like the boss says:
People always say “aren't there more important things than Speedy Gonzales or Dr. Seuss or *insert latest cancel victim here*?!"
No. Banning books is fascism. Prohibiting creative expression is fascism.
That's pretty important.
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) March 6, 2021
People always say "aren't there more important things than Speedy Gonzales or Dr. Seuss or *insert latest cancel victim here*?!"
No. Banning books is fascism. Prohibiting creative expression is fascism. That's pretty important.
It's the most important. It's why the First Amendment is first.
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