Tucker Carlson Spanks Idiot Liberal Student Who Hates Republicans, Free Speech...
Rough time for College Republicans looking to book speakers (see NYU Professor LOSES HER MIND When NYPD Protects Gavin McInnes and “Anti-Fascists” Burn Berkeley to Protest Milo). Kouruss Esameli, a student at NYU, knows what the problem is...the College Republicans! He spoke to Tucker Carlson about it and larger issues surrounding free speech. It went as well as you would expect...
The part where this clown calls Tucker a "free speech fundamentalist" is my favorite. Be sure to leave your favorite moment in the comment section.
"Because you have no principles, that’s why. Everything you’ve been saying for the last 11 minutes has been totally untrue!"
Firstly here, congrats to Tucker for keeping his cool. This guy is an inconsistent, marble-mouth snot lemming, simply shouting all the favorite leftist talking points about how mean speech isn't allowed. Unless it's their mean speech, that is. Like anything the love group BlackLivesMatter sharts.
Seriously, did this dinglebrain lose a bet and THAT'S why he appeared on Tucker's show?
Free speech is a lovely thing, but not all speech is lovely. I might put that on a t-shirt one day. Let it be noted it was first written here. What's great about the First Amendment is you can say whatever you want to say, unless it actually incites violence. Pulling an example at random: "Kill all cops" or something. As Tucker noted. If I want to say we should all worship the flying spaghetti monster lest we end up in gluten-free hell, then start a GoFundMe account, I have the right to do that. Conversely, you have the right to tell me I'm a dummy. You're even allowed to call me a monkey, a fatty, crazy person, dunderhead, marshmallow brain, and marinara sauce devotee. All's fair in love and pasta.
Where this numbnuts twit went wrong was following down the "hate speech" path. If you expected anything else, slap yourself. Hate speech isn't a thing. We've been over this repeatedly. But hey, liberals are prone to mental illness. Science says so.
People have the right to say whatever they want. You have the right to dislike whatever they say. Your dislike of said words doesn't make you a better person, and doesn't give you the authority to shut down someone else. Got it?