Bullying: The Radical Liberals Claim to Tolerance

I posted an article on Facebook entitled, “University of California-Santa Barbara feminist professor charged in confrontation with pro-life teen“, with a comment that I thought the professor should be fired.  I thought it then.  I think it now.

The teenager in question, was reportedly participating in a legal protest at an approved spot on campus.  The professor, apparently not liking the message, was involved in the unlawful taking of a sign, mocking and by example — encouraging (what appears to be) students to participate in bullying, theft of property and perhaps even assault.  Worse yet, it appears by her expressions in the video that she was entirely proud of herself for this inappropriate behavior.  If there was (or is) any doubt, her response, according to the article was:

Miller-Young did not immediately respond to a call seeking comment. In the report filed by campus police, she claimed she had a “moral right” to act in the manner she did.

Yes, indeed, she was quite proud of herself, it would seem.

I’m not.  I’m not proud of her at all.  Nor should the college be.

Was the sign offensive to people?  I don’t know.  I didn’t see it.  However, whether it was or not — it was legal.

Legal doesn’t seem to be of any importance in this or similar cases.  Instead, it would seem that if we wish to talk offensively to those we disagree with, and/or if a sign offends us, we, according to Miller-Young, suddenly have a “moral right” to simply take the other person’s property, bully & mock them.  In that case, if she is the authority on these things, we better get busy.  There’s a lot of taking and bullying just waiting to happen.

Woodrow Wilcox


Oh, never mind…

This “moral right” behavior seems to only apply to the “tolerant” radical liberals.  Non-radicals appear to have a different set of rules and regulations they must abide by.  That rule could read, “Whatever you do or say — it’s wrong, even if what you do and say is what I have done and even did and said the other day.”



The behavior of these radical liberals has gotten out of hand and should not be ignored nor condoned.  The radical liberal should not be given a free pass anymore than a right wing extremist would be.

But back to this specific professor.  Miller-Young influences young people via her position.  In her position, she should never condone, much less participate, in trying to silence those she disagrees with by bullying, mocking and stealing the other person’s property.  She has no “moral right” to infringe upon the rights of others, no matter how many times she claims such to be so.  Her opinion is not the final word in the real world.  It should no longer be the final word in the classroom either, if she believes (and teaches) the definition of “tolerance” is that no one has a right to disagree with her & her pals.

Will Miller-Young be held accountable or will she simply go on teaching intolerance, bullying and mocking behavior by example, such as the example she set the day the sign was stolen and her laughter and encouragement was readily heard?  An example that would suggest…

“Moral right” = silence anyone who disagrees… mock…. bully… steal… disrespect… be proud of self as being the “tolerant” one respecting the rights of the intolerant and believing self to be the intellectual superior.

It’s time to regain some sanity and common sense.  It’s time to hold even the radical liberals accountable for their bullying and intolerance to any opinion differing from theirs.  What a concept!

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Carrie Hutchens is a former law enforcement officer and a freelance writer who is active in fighting against the death culture movement and the injustices within the judicial and law enforcement systems.
Carrie K. Hutchens

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