Lord Palmerston, the great English prime minister, once wrote, “The function of government is to calm, rather than to excite agitation.” The national media should pay attention; they keep the country in an uproar.
Someone should remind the young socialists, leftists liberals and other protesters currently disrespecting the constitutional rights of others that their violence is reflective of their room temperature IQs. Regardless whether you agree or disagree with a counter point of view, it does not give you the right to disrupt lawful assembly and drown out the free speech of others.
Unfortunately, the universities are teaching this type of rubbish to our young people. The protesters believe in free speech as long as you agree with their quasi-Marxist foolishness. It makes sense; liberals are the most intolerant of all people. Every time I watch these disruptors on TV, I’m reminded of the same type of people spitting on my brothers and me when we came home from Vietnam. The experience was the most vile of my entire life, and watching it again today reminds me that the fascists, who still hate liberty and free speech are far inferior to the enemy soldiers that we killed in Vietnam. Protesters should wear brown shirts.
So the agitators and their muckraking national media buddies who promote faux causes should enjoy their foolishness a little longer, because it’s going to change soon, and you are not going to be part of the change.