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NY Times Claims ‘Speech Can Be Violent,’ That It Can Literally Kill You

NY Times Claims 'Speech Can Be Violent,' That It Can Literally Kill You
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A NY Times Op-Ed came out with the provocative title, “When Is Speech Violence?”

And of course, the simple and obvious answer is that speech while it might lead to physical violence is not itself physical violence.

But the effort to seek to create a category of ‘speech’ that one can term as actual violence is a troubling thought.

The NY Times piece even tries to argue that such ‘violence’ can shorten your life.

Griswold has a question for the Times.

Liberals have strange perceptions of speech and violence.

Speech is fine unless it offends them, then it’s a no-no and must be banned.

Words can be violent, but rioting and smashing things as they did at Berkeley isn’t violence because it’s necessary to show their rage.

But thankfully, there’s that small thing called the Constitution that prevents them from their bans.

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