March 28, 2016

SIMPLE JUSTICE BLOG: Tennessee State Rep. Martin Daniel Gets It. “Daniel’s explanation is that he believes in America. He has faith that our freedoms will prevail against the terrorists’ viewpoints. He’s not afraid that, if the constitutional right to free speech prevails on campus, ISIS will win the debate. For this, he was called a terrorist sympathizer, because representative governance demands that all groups be represented, including the idiots. Of course, Daniel’s bill had nothing to do with a pending threat of ISIS’s booth on career day, and the argument against it was a red herring. Rather, the bill was directed to the very real problem, one that is happening openly, of rampant censorship on campus.”

And the people who were calling him an ISIS sympathizer were modern-day McCarthyites, whose real agenda was defending that campus censorship.

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