Watch this hero educate a woke Pennsylvania school board on the fact that free speech doesn't have to be polite

Jun 24th

There's a talking point among the woke: that speech itself can be "violent" and authorities should do whatever they deem fit to shut down discourse that's seen as intolerant or mean.

This epic American absolutely owned them on U.S. Supreme Court jurisprudence and Constitutional protections on free speech:

That's Simon Campbell, a former board member at Pennsbury School District in Pennsylvania, who is originally from the U.K.

Campbell understands U.S. law much, much better than the current officials, who want to only allow public comments if they are nice and/or sufficiently in line with their religious beliefs in Wokeism.

Campbell posted the entire 5-minute video over on YouTube if you want to see the exchange in its wider context. In part of his citations for the video, he provided this awesome comment:

"The United States, as [former Supreme Court] Justice Brennan noted, is founded on the "profound national commitment to the principle that debate on public issues should be uninhibited, robust, and wide-open, and that it may well include vehement, caustic, and sometimes unpleasantly sharp attacks on government and public officials."

The Pennsbury School Board is not allowed to enact a public comment policy that supersedes a higher law and there is no higher law than the United States Constitution. These government officials at Pennsbury, with their critical race theory agenda, mistakenly believe that all power in inherent in the Government. They are wrong as a matter of law. In the United States of America all power in inherent in the People."


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