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Scott Adams: Free speech for me but not for thee? Take it.

“Free speech will end on November 3rd if Democrats gain control.”

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  • John the River June 24, 2020, 12:54 PM

    Being facile verbally is a fine thing. But I’d suggest Scott Adams consider preparing for the next stage of Free Speech suppression; when they break down his door and beat him, bust out his teeth, break his fingers and throw bleach in his eyes. Ask Andy Ngo how that works in the early stages.

    President Trump quite frankly hasn’t yet gotten even token control of DOJ or the Federal Courts and the Prisons would be doing land office business, 24/7. Until then it only going to get worse and more deadly.

  • Casey Klahn June 24, 2020, 1:46 PM

    When your cartoonists are you champions, the world is a very interesting place, indeed. I listen to SA consistently. It’s noteworthy that reason and persuasion are not common skills in the public arena. The Dilbert artist has that in abundance.

  • RigelDog June 24, 2020, 7:11 PM

    Here’s how I conceptualize what the Left is trying to do with free speech: For at least the last 50 years, we in the US have had robust free speech coming from any and all sides of the culture and politics. Even very extreme Leftists have been able to climb up on platforms and deliver any message they chose, up to and including such doozies as “there is no biological male/female sex binary” and that “there is such a thing as Feminist Glaciology.” Respect for free speech in both culture and law gave them all the room they needed to saturate us with their own preferred speech. But now that they have everyone’s attention, they want to pull the ladder up and stand on their broadcast platform alone, denying anyone else the same opportunity to find a platform for their own speech. Bastards.

  • Vanderleun June 25, 2020, 10:13 AM

    Bastards indeed. It’s a good thing that in the end free speech will prevail and they will lose.