Officers from the University of Arkansas Police Department are searching for clues they hope will lead them to the man who they believe committed a hate crime on campus over the weekend. Police said someone made racist comments through an open window to two people inside the Garland House.
“This is considered a hate crime,” Capt. Gary Crain said.
“It was dark outside,” Crain said. “They didn’t get a good look at the individual.” “We’re conducting interviews, contacting individuals that might possibly have any information.”
Instead of having to repeat the imprecation verbally every day of my life, I think I shall simply program an alarm to rouse me from slumber each morning with: “This fucking country.” Though anyone who cared to see could ascertain that “hate speech” and free speech were never going to long occupy the same legal residence. And further, guessing which of the two would receive its eviction notice was hardly an act of grand clairvoyance.
As in all the left’s pernicious works, conservatives could have extinguished the entire “hate” regime in its infancy. Though typical to their cowardice and venality, they did not. And now that cute baby crocodile has matured to devour the sacred First Amendment.
And so if murmuring “racist” comments to two people through a window at 3am outside a college dorm is a crime, what then would be the open publishing of similar sentiments to potentially billions of people by way of an Internet forum?
Do you believe that parchment tucked away in the National Archives is going to protect you from the answer?