KIRSTERS BAISH With all of the breaking news on Wasserman Schultz during the past few weeks it seems like some other events have been overlooked. Last week comedian Adam Carolla gave a congressional testimony that rattled Liberals everywhere. Carolla was passionate when explaining that free speech is one of the most important things that we have as Americans. He made it clear that college campuses are not allowing free speech to the extent that it should be allowed, and he gave a clear testimony explaining that this must change immediately.
Below is a clip from Adam Carolla’s speech:
Americans must listen closely to what Carolla had to say, as he is simply trying to protect our Constitutional rights.
Carolla explained, “We’re talking a lot about the kids, and I think they’re just that: kids. We are the adults. I mean, these are 18 and 19-year-old kids at these college campuses. They grew up dipped in Purell, playing soccer games where they never kept score and watching ‘Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!’ and we’re asking them to be mature. We need the adults to start being the adults.”
Carolla explained that while America’s children are, of course, the future, the adults aren’t seeing the entire picture. The bigger picture has gone missing.
Carolla continued, “Children are the future, but we are the present, and we are the adults and we need to act like it. And I feel that what’s going on on these campuses is- we need law and order. We need to bring back law and order. But I think if we just had order we wouldn’t need law. So, could we just bring back order, and could the faculty and administration on these campuses act like faculty and administration?”
Liberals want to push “safe spaces” for the youth of America. As a youth in America, I can undoubtedly say that this is dangerous territory. Why the hell should I remain sheltered a coddled? The world is a scary place and by turning the younger generations into pansies we aren’t helping ourselves at all. America was built on hard work and failure. We are meant to fail so that we can learn from our mistakes and do better next time. If someone is there to hold our hands every single time we fail, why would we want to do better?
Thank you, Adam Carolla, for telling these Leftists what American colleges really need, because if we don’t defend free speech, who will? H/T