By now pretty much everyone knows about what happened in Chicago, with a bunch of black teenagers horrifically torturing a disabled white guy while screaming “f*** white people and f*** Donald Trump.” I have no love for “hate crimes” because you have the right to think and feel anything you want about anyone or anything you want for any reason you want. It doesn’t make it less horrible to torture a person because you’re a sick sociopath than if you did it because you hate white people. But as long as “hate crimes” exist and people can be prosecuted for their beliefs then I have very few problems with giving the left a taste of their own medicine. I have no delusions that they will learn anything from it.
I have heard that the hate crime charged was framed as a “hate crime against the disabled,” and if that is true, that’s almost as much of a slap in the face as it would be to let these animals walk. This was a racist attack, plain and simple.
But rather than keep fussing about it, I’m going to give the floor to some other great thinkers who have some tremendous things to say about this. I give you Gavin McInnes, Steven Crowder, and Stefan Molyneux. (Language warning.)