In two days, we will be experiencing a life changing election before our very eyes. Never once, have I considered some of the greater social implications that can be altered by Tuesday’s results.
As we have all seen this election, political correctness has been at the forefront of every policy debate and the mudslinging monkey-fuckery that has comprised from the media. However, we must also realize that this election has pushed the limits on political correctness and could determine the continued domination of politically correct doctrine.
Will it fail or will it survive?
The obvious assumption is that whoever wins the election, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, will be responsible for determining any such survival of the concept. Naturally, Donald Trump has promised that there will be a resurgence of free speech on college campuses, and in society for the better. On the opposite side of the political spectrum, Clinton has asserted that she will protect political correctness as a means to protect free speech and the First Amendment, in her own twisted perception.
Despite either perspectives, the American citizen will be most affected by wide-ranging reforms of politically correct policy. Overhauls on reasserting the First Amendment in the new American society, post November 8th.
Reminding ourselves that no one in this race is the purest champion of constitutional free speech. We must be aware of the failed policies of politically correct environments.
From unconstitutional safe spaces and speech codes on college campuses to the creation of discriminatory policies. Draconian political correctness has made its mark on American society in a negative fashion. Our most basic rights will be also generated into the perverted rendition of something “close” that goes in favor of one side.
No matter the outcome, political correctness must be strangle-held into its demise and who is the solution? The American citizen. Free speech isn’t relative, nor is it optional. Mobilizing on a mass scale is also the only solution. A Trump presidency is the only plausible era to stage a platform rise and fight for our rights.
November 9th marks the day for continuing advocacy against brutish progressive policies. Only then can we realize our capability as people more so than we have in the past.
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