This guy made sense for a while… Link
With progressives disinviting not only conservative speakers but even centrist or left of center freethinkers—and others shouting down anyone they disagree with rather than engaging in thoughtful dialogue—conservatives have been vocal about the importance of free speech.
…then this happened:
As it turns out, conservatives also support free speech only when they agree with what’s being said and abandon their principles when someone says something they disagree with.
It’s as wrong to say Ann Coulter should be deplatformed as it is to say NFL players who kneel during the national anthem should be fired.
Are you offended when football players kneel? Get over it. Free speech means you will be offended from time to time.
Conservatives understand that being fired is a consequence of saying unpopular things. A private company can, and most private companies do, police the public statements (gestures) of their employees.
Rioting because a conservative is going to speak at the union, or trashing a Starbucks because of the global patriarchy…we conservatives figure the police should intervene to arrest the violent activists.
Think of it this way: If Anne Coulter wins, we have greater responsibility over our actions. If Antifa wins, it is only a matter of time before Dave DuBay steps out of line and is silenced. But not by a conservative.