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Liberal College Kids Challenged to Define “Hate Speech”

CRTV’s Steven Crowder is back at it again with his signature “change my mind” routine, and this is one for the ages.

The segment is admittedly a repeat of an earlier topic, where the conservative comedian/commentator prompted university students to explain exactly what “hate speech” is, and how laws against it would be enforced. Suffice it to say the reactions were entertaining if nothing else. The follow up edition, however, was a bit different.

We are pleasantly surprised to report that the conversations in the video below are actually very productive. Sure enough, you have your typical triggered snowflakes who claim Crowder’s mere presence is causing mental harm. Curiously, they seem very motivated to appear on camera. The jury’s out on that one. But, they are in the minority this time, and the focus this time is on students who can actually formulate sentences and articulate arguments. They still get clobbered, of course, but it’s fun to watch iron sharpen iron.

Segments like these are extremely important, as they seem to be the only way to expose college students to alternative arguments about culture and politics that they are not getting in their classrooms. Now, this is probably part of the reason why Crowder is typically banned from performing at universities, but that’s a topic for another time.

For now, enjoy watching college students struggle to change Steven Crowder’s mind on the idea that hate speech simply isn’t real.

~ Patriotic Freedom Fighter


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