This mini-documentary was just released, focusing on the Mizzou protests and the now famous (I guess infamous) incident where the reporter was told “1st Amendment for me but not for thee.” The entire episode is broken down frame by frame, observing how a mob mentality consumes people, who escalate to yelling without any idea why they’re yelling.
It’s fifteen minutes long, but well worth your time. You’ll learn something important. Cat gifs can wait until later.
It's a mini-documentary about mob mentality, college brains and political clickbait. Let's hope it makes a positive impact.
— Jordan Liles (@treein303) November 11, 2015
This installment of The Rise of Political Clickbait is all about mob mentality, college brains and the political clickbait that surrounds the November 2015 protests on The University of Missouri campus. Tim Tai and Mark Schierbecker provided inspiration for this project, with Mark being the gracious video provider.
The sad thing is many of the students in this video (or watching this video) will probably accuse him of using the 1st amendment to spread hate, when in reality this was as down the middle as you can get…including criticizing some of us on the right.
To learn about the newly revised, leftist edition of the First Amendment, watch the video below. You’re welcome.