So that O'Keefe guys is still around. I can't tell if he's content that only the right listens to him or not, but that's where he is. His latest gambit is a tape of telling a Cornell Prof. that the Constitution was triggering, and asking her to shred a copy for him, which she does.
Now that might seem laughably cartoonish to most. But Freepers live in a universe of cartoons, so they take this as completely true, and proceed to try to solve the problem of Constitution shredding in our colleges:
Chode mixes up shredding a document you own with destroying someone else's property:
Right before the shredding, McGrath says, Free speech means freedom to destroy whatever you want to as well.Jack Hammer is pretty sure why America isn't Africa:
shoulda destroyed the stooopid cow's office before leaving and say you told me it'a alright!!!
That ‘professor’ should spend a couple years living in some African sh*t hole; she’d come home and kiss the document and build a shrine to it in her home.MayflowerMadam has the usual Freeper fear that schools will destroy right thinking:
My formerly conservative cousin has lived there since the ‘70s. At our family reunion last year he was spouting things clearly liberal, including gun control So he’s gone to the dark side. My grandfather is turning in his grave, I’m sure.Mouton wants to kill anyone who harms a copy of the Constitution:
People who think like this are traitors and mental defective who should be exiled for lifeCarry_Okie actually bothers to engage the fake student in a dialog, but ends up defending slavery...
I mostly agree but would change the preposition “for” to FROM.
Exiled, they would continue to foment trouble.
The "student" should have asked NcGrath what parts of the Constitution she regarded as so terribly objectionable. She would of course reply "slavery." When reminded that the institution was outlawed under the Constitution the crickets would have been amusing.And of course in a thread where people want to kill dissenters, FlingWingFlyer explains who the real fascists are:
What I think most people don't realize is that when slavery was outlawed the net result was to render the poor into a commons, making them nobody's legal responsibility if they cannot assume that charge themselves. The obvious result led directly to the welfare state, particularly as churches started to fail. The welfare state then made the poor so expensive to hire that nobody could afford them, thus assuring both a monopoly and a steady supply of dependents. Then it set about enlarging that supply via laws intended to destroy the family.
Meanwhile, the 14th Amendment citizenship clause effectively declares all American citizens, "subjects." And there I thought we fought a revolution to end subjugation.
Communists have a lot of problems with freedom and liberty. Slavery of the “little people” is more to their tastes.