California Is Heading To The Supreme Court Over What They Are Forcing Conservatives To Do

It must be great to be a liberal. You spend your days telling other people what to do, and then act surprised when those same people are offended.

But I’m willing to bet you’d be more surprised when those same people fight back – and no one puts up a better fight than a group of pissed-off conservatives.

Actually, I take that back – no one puts up a better fight than a group of conservatives protecting the weak. And there’s no group more vulnerable than the unborn. Especially in California, where they can be slaughtered at will.

It’s also the state that decided that pro-life clinics must advertise for abortion clinics…in their own waiting rooms.

Congratulations California libs – you just found a group of pissed-off conservatives willing to fight back.

The Daily Caller reports:

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge to a California law requiring pro-life crisis pregnancy centers to post information about state-funded abortions.

A coalition of pro-life groups challenging the law say it explicitly targets and coerces religious counseling centers into pro-abortion expression.

The law requires crisis pregnancy clinics to post a bulletin informing patients that the state offers subsidized abortion access.

“California has public programs that provide immediate free or low-cost access to abortion for eligible women. To determine whether you qualify, contact the county social services office.”

I don’t have words for this.

The fact that liberals are somehow surprised by conservative reaction here shows just how stupid they are. Imagine how outraged liberals would be if schools were forced to tell homosexual students that some faiths believe there are alternatives to being gay. You’d have rioting in the streets.

And yet, when it comes to protecting the unborn, the state sees no problem with telling young mothers about ‘alternatives.’ The hypocrisy here is piled high.

Luckily, a group of sharp legal conservative minds has tackled the issue.

The case is the second of the new term involving a conservative group’s challenge to a liberal state law.

“It’s unthinkable for the government to force anyone to provide free advertising for the abortion industry. The state shouldn’t have the power to punish anyone for being pro-life. Instead, it should protect freedom of speech and freedom from coerced speech.”

California’s had a tough time fighting these conservative lawyers. And the state now has to face down SCOTUS – and with a newly appointed Neil Gorsuch within it.

It doesn’t look good for the lib state.

Source: Daily Caller,myrightamerica.com

NFL Commissioner Just Woke To The Worst News Of His Life When He Saw Who Sued Him Overnight

Sometimes even the greatest friendships fail, and duos like Sonny and Cher find themselves at an impasse where they just can’t get along. That seems to be the case with National Football League Commissioner Rodger Goodell and what was formerly known as “America’s team” owner, Jerry Jones.

Jones is the longtime owner of the Dallas Cowboys and has worked quite a bit with Goodell. He knows what the good, the bad, and the ugly are in the NFL, and he knows who is responsible for it. Every team owner has a vested interest in the league doing well, and at this point, it has become clear that Goodell isn’t what’s good for the league.

The National Anthem protest that led to the largest nationwide NFL boycott in history has hit the league’s bottom line hard, and the trickle-down effect to the teams has been incredibly detrimental. That means that the commissioner, who is supposed to be looking out for the good of the league, isn’t doing his job, and Jones intends to do something about it.

Daily Mail reports that Jones, who has been threatening to sue the NFL has now decided the best course of action will be to block commissioner Goodell’s contract from being extended. It’s safe to say that Goodell isn’t thrilled with the proposition:

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is reportedly threatening to sue the NFL and several owners over contract negotiations with embattled commissioner Roger Goodell, going so far as to hire high-profile lawyer David Boies, who defended scandalized Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein against accusations of sexual harassment.

Goodell’s contract is set to expire in 2018, and although Jones is not on the committee responsible for negotiating a new deal, the Cowboys owner is threatening to serve legal papers if the committee extends the NFL Commissioner, according to the New York Times.

Jones declined to comment through a team spokesman. A spokesman for Boies also declined to comment.   

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones (left) and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (right) attend the 4th Annual NFL Honors in 2015. Jones is now critical of Goodell for suspending Ezekiel Elliott

The NFL protest wasn’t the first issue that Jones had with the commissioner. Undoubtedly, the commissioner has to make some tough choices, even ones that might infuriate the teams or the owners, and up to now, everyone has accepted that.

However, the differences between now and then is that when it came to tough decisions that were detrimental to an individual time, like benching a player, Goodell has no problem with it. But when a whole slew of owners asked him to make a decision that would be good for the league but would tick-off the social justice warriors, the man seems to have his hands inexplicably tied behind his back.

“Jones’s issue with Goodell ostensibly began when the Commissioner suspended Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott for six games back in August after the former Ohio State star was accused of domestic violence by his former girlfriend, Tiffany Thompson.

Elliott, however, has remained on the field thanks to a series of rulings and court appeals. Last week the second-year running back was granted an emergency injunction that lifted the suspension again and allowed him to play in Sunday’s 28-17 win over the visiting Kansas City Chiefs.

According to the report, Jones told the owners of the Chiefs, Atlanta Falcons, New York Giants, New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Houston Texans that legal papers had been drawn up and would be served if the negotiating committee decided to extend Goodell’s deal.

Jones was a nonvoting member of the owners committee that is negotiating Goodell’s extension, but the six aforementioned owners recently revoked that status after he told them of his plans to sue, according to the report.

Goodell’s salary is no longer disclosed publicly since the NFL changed its tax status in 2015. But he did earn $34.1 million in 2014 and was paid a whopping $174.1 million over the first seven years of his tenure as commissioner.”

Jones has referred to Elliott’s suspension as an ‘overcorrection’ for Goodell, who admittedly mishandled the suspension of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice back in 2014. Goodell first suspended Rice only two games after [a] video emerged of the former Rutgers star dragging his unconscious fiancée out of an elevator at an Atlantic City casino. However, that suspension was extended indefinitely after another video was released depicting Rice striking his fiancée in the elevator.

Rice has been out of the NFL ever since.

Jones has questioned the suspension of Elliott, who has maintained his innocence. In fact, Ohio prosecutors decided against pursuing a case against Elliott last year.

‘Zeke is a victim of an overcorrection,’ Jones said in an October radio interview.”

 Perhaps Jones is right, and Goodell could have fallen back on his desire to only do what was best for the league and that Elliot was in the wrong place at the wrong time to get the kind of reputation that the league wanted no part of. He still could have probably gotten away with that reasoning had it not been for this confounded protest.

This commissioner sticking to these guns and letting the players do something that is ripping the league apart is proof positive that whatever is motivating Goodell isn’t what’s good for the league, and Jones plans to do something about it.

Source: Daily Mail,freedomdaily.com

Right After SICK Rant Against Trump, Black Lives Matter Founder Said The One Thing That Will RUIN Them For Good

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This time the Black Lives Matter regime has gone way too far.

In a shocking video tirade released to the Los Angeles Times, Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors let loose with a sickening diatribe about President Trump. This may be old news coming from the BLM movement, but the message sent this time around is simply unforgivable.

“We wouldn’t as a movement take a seat at the table with Trump because we wouldn’t have done that with Hitler. Trump is literally the epitome of evil, all the evils of this country, be it racism, capitalism, sexism, homophobia and he has set out the most dangerous policies not just that impacts this country but that impacts the globe,” said Cullors.

So according to Cullors and Black Lives Matter, over 1 million new jobs in the U.S. is “literally the epitome of evil.” It’s also fair to say that these jobs would benefit ALL communities, including African-American communities. But Cullors is adamant that she wants absolutely nothing from President Trump, even when it will clearly help her followers.

“And so for us, the answer is not to sit with Trump but to resist him and to resist every single policy that he’s implemented that impacts our communities,” Cullors said. “I’m thinking about what I want my children to know in 30, 40, 50 years and I want them to know that I resisted a president at all costs because this president literally tried to kill our communities.”

These are not the words of someone who wants a peaceful resolution. These are fightin’ words, plain and simple, and the last thing this country needs is more racial tension. If Cullors and Black Lives Matter don’t want to follow President Trump, that’s their choice, but what’s the point of trying to ignite more violence in our cities? President Trump has done nothing but work to broker peace in the streets and it’s people like Cullors who want to unravel all the amazing achievements of our Commander-In-Chief.

Do you stand with Trump against these disgusting attacks? If you do, SHARE this like wildfire to stop them for good!

Source:libertywriters.com

Mike Rowe Absolutely Destroys Guy Who Accuses Him Of Being A White Nationalist

“Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe had some choice words Tuesday night in response to a question he got accusing him of harboring “white nationalist” sympathies.

Rowe posted a question submitted to him on his Facebook page that accused the TV host’s advocacy for the skilled trades of amounting to anti-intellectualism, and therefore racism.

A man named Chuck Adkins asked, “One of the tenants of white nationalism is that college educated people are academic elitests. Comment? No? I’m not surprised. You never take a political stand because you don’t want to alienate anybody. Its bad for business. I get it. But there is a current of anti intellectualism in this country – promoted by Republicans. Those people love you, and they think your initiative is their initiative. Meanwhile, the rest of the world is kickin our ass academically.”

Rowe, a popular jovial TV personality, went off in a long, brutal response

“Since we’re being candid, allow me to say how much I dislike your post. Everything about it annoys me – your smug and snarky tone, your appalling grammar, your complete lack of evidence to support your claims, and of course, the overarching logical fallacy that informs your entire position,” Rowe wrote. “What really bugs me though, is the fact that you’re not entirely wrong. It’s true; I haven’t shared any political opinions this week, in part anyway, because doing so might very well be ‘bad for business.’”

“What can I say? I work for half-a-dozen different companies, none of whom pay me to share my political opinions. I run a non-partisan foundation, I’m about to launch a new show on Facebook, and I’m very aware that celebrities pay a price for opening their big fat gobs. Gilbert Gottfried, Kathy Griffin, Colin Kaepernick, Milo Yiannopoulos…even that guy from Google who just got himself fired for mouthing off. There’s no getting around it – the first amendment does not guarantee the freedom to speak without consequences. And really, that’s fine by me,” he continued.

“So no – I’m not going to share my personal feelings about Charlottesville, President Trump, or the current effort to remove thousands of statues of long dead soldiers from the public square. Not just because it’s ‘bad for business,’ but because it’s annoying. I can’t think of a single celebrity whose political opinion I value, and I’m not going to assume the country feels any differently about mine,” Rowe wrote. “So, rather than blow myself up, or chime in with all the obvious observations about the cowardly scum in the pointy hats, I’m going to talk instead about my belief that comments like yours pose a far greater threat to the future of our country than the existence of a memorial to Thomas Jefferson, or a monument to George Washington. Ready?”

Then Rowe started in on Adkins’ insinuations.

“You say that White Nationalists believe that everyone who goes to college is an ‘academic elite.’ You then say that Republicans promote ‘anti-intellectualism.’ You offer no proof to support either claim, but it really doesn’t matter – your statements successfully connect two radically different organizations by alleging a shared belief,” Rowe said. “Thus, White Nationalists and The Republican Party suddenly have something in common – a contempt for higher education. Then, you make it personal. You say that Republicans “love” me because they believe that my initiative and ‘their’ initiative are one and the same. But of course, ‘their’ initiative is now the same initiative as White Nationalists.”

He continued “Very clever. Without offering a shred of evidence, you’ve implied that Republicans who support mikeroweWORKS do so because they believe I share their disdain for all things ‘intellectual.’ And poof – just like that, Republicans, White Nationalists, and mikeroweWORKS are suddenly conflated, and the next thing you know, I’m off on a press tour to disavow rumors of my troubling association with the Nazis!”

“Far-fetched? Far from it,” Rowe continued. “That’s how logical fallacies work. A flaw in reasoning or a mistaken belief undermines the logic of a conclusion, often leading to real-world consequences. And right now, logical fallacies are not limited to the warped beliefs of morons with tiki torches, and other morons calling for ‘more dead cops.’ Logical fallacies are everywhere.”

Not near done, Rowe wrote, “As I type this, a Democrat on CNN is making an argument that says, ‘because Thomas Jefferson owned slaves, those Republicans now opposed to tearing down his memorial are ‘pro-slavery,’ and therefore aligned with the modern day KKK.’ That’s a logical fallacy.

“Over on Fox, a Republican is arguing that ‘any Democrat who has not yet condemned the Senator from Missouri for publicly wishing that Donald Trump be assassinated, is guilty of wishing for the exact same thing.’ That’s a logical fallacy.

“Yesterday, on The Science Channel, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, a noted astronomer, tweeted that the ability of scientists to accurately predict the solar eclipse, was proof that predictions of global warming were also accurate. That’s a logical fallacy.”

Then Rowe turned the tables on his accuser, continuing, “Want to hear another one? Imagine something like this, unfolding over on MSNBC.

“‘Good Evening, America, our top story tonight… Chuck Atkins is a racist! Why? Because he can’t spell. Just look at his grammar! In a recent post on Mike Rowe’s Facebook page, Mr. Atkins, while bemoaning America’s global academic standing, not only misspelled ‘elitist,’ he used ‘tenants’ when he meant ‘tenets.’ He neglected to use a hyphen in ‘anti-intellectual,’ and he misplaced several commas and apostrophes! But why is he a racist, you ask? Simple. Because everyone knows racists are ignorant. Chuck Atkins is clearly a poor speller. Poor spelling and grammar are signs of ignorance. Ergo – Chuck Atkins is a racist! Boom! The matter is settled!”

“There’s not much we can do about the news, but here on Facebook, I think we can do better. This isn’t Twitter,” Rowe said. “We’re not limited to a few inflammatory sentences and a flurry of emojis. Take a moment, Chuck. Think. Make a rational argument. Otherwise, just link us to a cat video. People love those, and they’re almost never ‘bad for business.’ (Unless of course, the cat gets hurt. People hate that.) Just don’t assume that people will care about your beliefs, if you’re not willing to back them up with some relevant facts and a rational conclusion. Here, for instance, are a few facts that matter to me, with respect to my foundation and the recurring charge of ‘fostering anti-intellectualism.’”

Rowe then defended his charitable work, writing, “mikeroweWORKS is a PR campaign for the skilled trades. For the last nine years, we’ve partnered with numerous trade schools, raised millions of dollars for work-ethic scholarships, and called attention to millions of jobs that don’t require a four-year degree. But that doesn’t mean we’re ‘anti-intellectual.’ We’re not even ‘anti-college.’ We simply reject the popular notion that a four-year degree is the best path for the most people. And we’re hardly alone.

“Millions of reasonable people – Republicans and Democrats alike – are worried that our universities are doing a poor job of preparing students for the real world. They’re worried about activist professors, safe spaces, the rising cost of tuition, a growing contempt for history, and a simmering disregard of the first amendment. These people are concerned that our universities – once beacons of free speech – now pander to a relatively small percentage of students who can’t tolerate any political opinion that challenges their own. And they’re concerned – deeply concerned – that millions of good jobs are currently vacant that don’t require a four-year degree, or any of the catastrophic debt that comes with it.”

Returning to the original attack, Rowe concluded, “Again – these are not the concerns of ‘anti-intellectuals.’ They are the concerns of people who care about the future of the country. I don’t know how many of these people are Republicans, but I can assure you that no one who actually supports my initiative is remotely confused about my feelings on education, because I’ve been crystal clear on that topic from the very beginning. To quote Thomas Jefferson, (while I still can,) ‘If a nation expects to be ignorant and free and live in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.’ On this point, my foundation does not equivocate.

“In other words, Chuck, I have no idea what The White Nationalists think about my efforts, or the Republicans, the Democrats, the elitists, the Italians, the Presbyterians, the unions, or the self-proclaimed anti-intellectuals. And really, I couldn’t care less. My question is, why do you? Mike”

After his long rant, Rowe added two postscripts to lighten the mood a bit.

“PS. Ok, I’ve just re-read this, (in a desperate search for typos,) and I want to apologize for pointing out that you’re a lousy speller. This is probably not the time to trot out The Grammar Nazi, but your tenor and tone pissed me off, and I responded in my own snarky way. Sorry,” he wrote.

“PPS Maybe this is how political correctness begins? Maybe we start by correcting each other’s grammar, and then move on to the business of correcting everything else? Today a missing hyphen, tomorrow a missing monument. Or, maybe not,” he concluded.

Source:dailycaller.com

Trump Rally Leaves Media Fearing For Safety

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President Donald Trump’s attack on the news media at his rally in Phoenix Tuesday night has many journalists fearing for their safety and claiming that the president is inciting violence against reporters.

“The media can attack me. But where I draw the line is when they attack you, which is what they do,” Trump told his supporters. He accused the media of “fomenting division” and claimed that most reporters “don’t like our country.” Journalists were clearly still shaken on Wednesday morning by Trump’s rhetoric.

On “Good Morning America,” ABC News reporter Cecilia Vega claimed that Trump’s attack on the media “was incitement, plain and simple,” adding that “it really feels like a matter of time before someone gets hurt.”

Axios co-founder Jim VandeHei wrote an open letter on Twitter to “family/friends who support Trump” about the president’s attacks on journalists, saying: “what he said last night about reporters was despicable, extremely deceptive, [and] dangerous.”

“There are great Americans deeply concerned about a changing nation,” VandeHei wrote. “God forbid one buys Trump’s mad rant and takes action…”

Reporters on Twitter circulated VandeHei’s concerns about violence in the media, with many expressing similar worries.

NBC News’ Chuck Todd expressed concern that an inspired Trump supporter could commit violence against the media.

“Whether POTUS means it or not, I don’t know, but this could motivate a crazy,” Todd wrote of Trump’s attacks on the media, which he called “dangerous rhetoric.”

Trump, for his part, seemed pleased with how the rally went.

“Last night in Phoenix I read the things from my statements on Charlottesville that the Fake News Media didn’t cover fairly,” Trump wrote on Twitter Wednesday morning. “People got it!”

Source:dailycaller.com

Seconds Ago Trump Reached Into His Jacket In Phoenix, Then Pulled Out The INCREDIBLE

Tonight at President Trump’s rally in Phoenix, Arizona thousands appeared to hear what the president had to say.Trump sent a message to Americans that the Washington just wouldn’t understand. He said “We are all on the same team, we are all Americans, and right now we all believe in ‘America First.’” He lashed the heck out of the media.

He went on to talk about Charlottesville. Trump said that the entire arena tonight stands united against the thugs who perpetrated hatred and violence in Charlottesville. Then he went on to reveal who was really responsible for division and hate.

This is what he said:

“THE ONLY PEOPLE GIVING A PLATFORM FOR THESE HATE GROUPS IS THE MEDIA,”

Trump says there are some fair journalists, but says the media is dishonest, bad people that don’t love our country.

Trump blamed the “fake news and the crooked media” for the division in our country.

He then continued to shout out Fox News, who he said treated him “fairly.”

“Not only does the media give a platform to hate groups, but the media turns a blind eye to the gang violence on our streets.” 

He went on to credit social media for his success saying, “If I didn’t have social media, I wouldn’t be able to get the word out. I probably wouldn’t be standing here.”

His message here is clear. The media is responsible for the division and hatred in this country and what happened in Charlottesville. If it wasn’t for social media where he can talk to his supporters directly, the media would twist every word that comes out of his mouth.

**SHARE this if you stand beside our President! Scroll Down Below to Leave a Comment!

Source:thelutchmanreport.com

AMEN. Franklin Graham at Trump Rally Prays to God: “Shut Their Mouths” (VIDEO)

Rev. Franklin Graham AMAZING Prayer for Unity at President Trump Rally in Phoenix–The Phoenix Convention Center was PACKED!

Rev. Franklin Graham: We ask tonight for your help. There are those in this country who want to divide, who want to preach hate. And Father it is my prayer that you will just shut their mouths like you shut the mouths of the lions years ago.

AMEN.

Via Right Side Broadcasting Network:

Source:www.thegatewaypundit.com

CAIR Attorney Running For US Senate Just Revealed Horrifying Islamic Agenda For USA If Elected

At first glance, the woman in the brightly colored hajib looks like a modern member of her faith who, although adopting the traditional symbol of her faith, also represents the melting pot that is America.

But a closer look at the 45-year-old attorney, who has declared her candidacy to primary Arizona Rep. Jeff Flake, reveals deep concerns about her reasons for running – and her intentions if she wins.

Abboud, who was born in Little Rock, Arkansas and converted to Islam as an adult, is an attorney in Arizona, but she made a local name for herself for establishing the first chapter of CAIR in Arizona.

Concerns about Abboud arise from her association CAIR, which has been deemed a “terrorist”organization by The United Arab Emirates right along with other groups like Al Qaeda, ISIS and Hamas.

Although CAIR was invited to the Obama White House on numerous occasions and claims that it is like any other “civil society organizations that peacefully promote civil and democratic rights and that oppose terrorism whenever it occurs, wherever it occurs and whoever carries it out,” in fact, the organization was ousted as an unindicted co-conspirator in a case regarding funding to extremist group Hamas.

How many “civil society organizations that peacefully promote civil and democratic rights” can be said to fund terror groups in the Middle East?

Abboud claims to have received negative publicity and Facebook attacks because she chooses to wear the head covering that is a symbol of her faith, failing to appreciate that such Muslim symbols also stand for the oppression of women, and a rigid code of public punishment for transgressions like daring to drive a car, leave the house without a male chaperone or even show their face in public.

The hajib is a symbol of a society where husbands may beat their wives for disobedience.

Where mothers participate in honor killings of their daughters.

A world that is stuck in the 7th century of its founding.

Abboud fails to recognize – or chooses to admit – the impossibility of adhering to the Muslim code that puts her in a hajib while defending and promoting American values of freedom and equality – yes, even for women.

An American flag – a symbol of freedom, flew behind the CAIR activist as she announced her candidacy.

Significantly, it was flown upside down.

Please comment below if you share concerns that the Muslim faith’s oppression of women raises concerns about the dedication of Muslim candidates to American values of freedom and equality.

Source:usherald.com

Obama Makes Dangerous Announcement – He’s Coming For Trump

So much about Donald Trump’s election is groundbreaking and unprecedented.

And that includes former President Barack Obama’s behavior and reaction to our new commander-in-chief.

When was the last time a former president effectively organized what amounts to rebellion against the new and sitting president?

But that’s precisely what Obama is doing.

The worrying thing is that, while Obama was a crappy leader, he does have a LOT of experience in organizing radical Liberal elements to take dangerous action.

That’s what got him into the national spotlight in the first place.

And he’s trying to use those talents to bring down President Trump.

Obama’s former spokesman, Kevin Lewis, admitted as much in a tweet:

Following a number of executive orders with which he disagreed, and concerted efforts to erase his lousy legacy, Obama is “organizing” America against Trump.

And he’s no longer even trying to do it quietly.

This is happening out in the open. And it amounts to mutiny.

Only a man as arrogant as Obama would think that being a former president gives him the right to revolt against the new, democratically-elected government.

PLEASE SHARE THIS EVERYWHERE AND LET’S EXPOSE OBAMA’S TREACHERY!

Source:conservativepost.com

Right After Girl Gets Picture With Mike Pence, An Angry Leftist Mob Does The UNTHINKABLE

I was bullied over a photo with Mike Pence: college studentI was bullied over a photo with Mike Pence: college studentI was bullied over a photo with Mike Pence: college student

Scripps College student McKenzie Deutsch got a picture with Vice President Mike Pence and Republican Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rogers. Knowing many of her peers from the university were left-leaning, she was hesitant to post the picture on Facebook. But, wanting to share this unique experience after a summer interning for McMorris Rogers, she posted it anyway.

Then, the hate started pouring in. She wrote about the experience in an article for the Claremont Independent, saying:

“Shortly after posting the photo, I began receiving vicious comments and private messages accusing me of not caring about LGBTQ rights and attacking me for getting anywhere near the Vice-President.

“Close friends and distant acquaintances alike lashed out in fury, subjecting me to lectures, rants, and name-calling — all while ignoring the photo’s plainly apolitical context.”

She continued:

“According to my peers, taking a photo with Vice-President Pence is anything but neutral. In fact, it constitutes direct violence and oppression against marginalized groups.

Fellow students called her viles names- like “bitch,” and mocked her with grossly hyperbolic questions such as: “Did you manage to ask him why he thinks women are second-class citizens?” and “How many LBGTQ folks do you need to help send to conversion therapy in exchange for reproductive rights from Pence?”

Deutsch concluded her essay with a call for unity, saying:

“Apparently, when it comes to those with whom they disagree, many of my peers are only capable of disrespectful engagement…This is not as it should be. We need a genuine dialogue — now more than ever.”

The leftist zeitgeist obsessed with shutting down dialogue and turning to vile name-calling on college campuses is getting out of hand. Deutsch managed to stick up for herself with exceptional grace and class.

Let’s show this young lady some support by SHARING her message of unity out!

Source:libertywriters.com