“There is a consensus among libertarians and conservatives of all bends, even among some liberals, progressives that the boundaries of acceptable speech in American public life has become too narrow,” states Milo Yiannopolous in the NPR talk show, addressing his new book Dangerous (Buy it here). “It is beginning to be a consensus that conservatives do not get a fair shake in the press either, and I think, due to the last election, that it is inconceivable that conservatives are not understood by the media.
The media is incapable to report accurately, thoroughly and fairly on a huge sway of the country that it simply does not understand, and they were not able to predict how the people would behave in the last election as a result.
I represent the younger end of American conservatism, which is utterly sick of political correctness, of people telling us what jokes we are allowed to tell, what’s sexist, what’s racist, what’s homophobic – the implication being that someone in a newsroom, a desk or in a studio somewhere on the coast knows what’s in the heart of millions of Americans and is allowed to loftily condemn perfectly innocent things.”
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