Dear leftists like Howard Dean who can’t hide their contempt for the Constitution:
Sorry you’re such depraved human beings who hate being called on it, but “hate speech” is as real as the nutritional benefits of the Unicorn Frappuccino. Order one, Instagram how idiotic you are for ordering it, consume it with child-like gusto and ride the sugar high. Your energy is better spent trying to digest a marketing ploy disguised as unicorn’s upchuckage than trying to make “hate speech” a thing. It isn’t going to happen. Stop trying to make it happen.
Here’s the impetus for this post. Democrat dunderhead runner-up to Nancy Pelosi (God Keep her Safe) Howard Dean took his smartphone into the john for a little Potty Post Time. Rather than opining on the state of men’s fashion in women’s fashion, Howard said this:
Hate speech is not protected by the first amendment. https://t.co/DOct3xcLoY
— Howard Dean (@GovHowardDean) April 21, 2017
Twitter has changed how it presents quoted tweets, so here’s what Howard Dean responded to:
Free Speech Defenders Don't Forget: Ann Coulter once said: My only regret w/ Timothy McVeigh is he did not go to the New York Times building
— Steven Greenhouse (@greenhousenyt) April 20, 2017
A few things to note before I quickly moved to the macro point so you may go about your busy lives drinking sugar pumps in an overly priced cup which you’ll likely toss away casually while preaching the dangers of pollution and human beings’ over consumption of plastic:
“Free speech defenders” is used by Steven Greenhouse as a kind of designative insult. But I have another word for “free speech defenders” you liberal diaper fillers may want to learn. Write this down. “Americans who value the Bill of Rights,” namely the First Amendment which reads thusly:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Now, put down the sugar drink, blink your eyes thrice to reacquaint yourself with basic reality, and read it once more. Because each and every time I’ve read it, I’ve failed to notice an asterisk anywhere near “freedom of speech.”
Freedom of speech means exactly that: the freedom to speak without government abridging that freedom. Easy peasy. There isn’t an unwritten exception clause anywhere to be found, be that in the Bill of Rights, on a linen napkin used to dab perspiration from Benjamin Franklin’s glorious temple, or scribbled with invisible ink inside Betsy Ross’s naughty bloomers, stating: “unless it’s super mean speech which causes a liberal’s vexation, frustration, anger, or boo-hoo tears, then f*ck those guys rescind that freedom of speech thing.”
Which brings me to my main point, you hippy dumbasses led by dimwits like Howard Dean and Nancy “Botox My Face Again” Pelosi: there’s no such thing as “hate speech.”
You can scream at me all you want. You can find me on Twitter and lob every vile word at me you can think of. Please consult a thesaurus so as not to bore me, thanks. Becuase there is no such thing as “hate speech.” Type it in all caps if it pleases you. Compare me to every diabolical dictator this world has ever seen, and every communist (like yourselves) has secretly worshiped. You’re free to type hate at me because of the First Amendment. Neat, eh?
Which is the whole beauty of the First Amendment, unlike your cries of “hate speech.” See, “the freedom of speech” is purposefully open-ended. Just as “hate speech” is purposefully undefined. But in the first case, freedom of speech allows me to say whatever I want, to whomever I want, whenever and wherever I want (in the United States), and using whatever medium I want. Let’s contrast my defined rights with your definition of “hate speech”; a moving target, which can take whatever meaning you give it. Including but not limited to: that which you find displeasing, hard to argue, that which is contrary to your opinions, a joke you find offensive or the mere pointing out of basic reality. Like this: transwomen are not women. Read also: Dear Transwomen: No, You DON’T Know What it Feels Like to be a Woman.
“Hate speech” is a term you’ve created ahem — through the First Amendment’s freedom of speech — to systemically target ideas, opinions, and discussions you simply do not like. Sorry, but rather the whole idea surrounding the First Amendment is to protect all speech, so the proliferation of ideas and free expression can continue unhindered by intolerant crap sacks such as yourselves.
Does this mean that sometimes people can say mean things? Yep. Does this mean that sometimes people will offend you? Also yes. Does this mean sometimes your feelings will get hurt over words? For you, always. Thems be the breaks when one’s psyche is as delicate as an Easter Peep resting in the Sahara Desert.
We know you leftist butt wrinkles hate freedom of any kind. But the rest of us rather enjoy our freedom to say whatever we like. You have no right to shut us up. But you have every right to shout back.
Written by Courtney Kirchoff
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