Clearly speech which we right thinking people don’t like is never protected. I mean, duh!
With respect, there is no serious argument that it’s unprotected.— TryingToHelpHat (@Popehat) October 28, 2021
This is an undisciplined and unserious assertion. https://t.co/ErxRuo80m8
We must protect our children and ourselves from any critical examination of reality. The First Amendment protects our ignorance.
Today in “but in a BAD way!” https://t.co/iiPPlea724— TryingToHelpHat (@Popehat) October 29, 2021
A picture is worth a thousand words. A picture with a thousand words…is a cartoon.
What is happening in our children's classrooms!!! pic.twitter.com/xbhrGxAVSC— Hari Seldon (@Hari37718110) October 29, 2021
My sympathies are with the chair who is simply trying to treat every crank the same way without engaging each one in an argument over why their content is being suppressed. The latter approach may be more satisfying to the audience for the video, but these meetings aren’t conducted for the pleasure of Twitter.
I’m honestly less disturbed by the crazy anti-Semitic rant itself than by the Board chair’s response of “please limit your comments to problems we can actually address in this forum” https://t.co/gx2B3kLUD7— Judd GrHALLOWeenstein 🎃 (@juddgreenstein) October 29, 2021