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Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, revealed the Left’s double standard on free speech Saturday on “Unfiltered with Dan Bongino.”
REP. JIM JORDAN: They don’t think that the First Amendment rights apply to you and [me]. Think about what they’ve said about your free speech rights. The Left today says if you don’t agree with them, you’re not even allowed to talk — and if you try, we’re going to call you racist, and we’re going to try to cancel you.
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And now we have the Left giving a wink and a nod to people actually trying to use violence and intimidation tactics against people they disagree with. So that’s what frightens me — their attack on your First Amendment rights, your Second Amendment rights, your Fourth Amendment due process rights. And now [there’s] this almost this double standard that they have when it comes to violence that they see from people [who] agree with their political position.
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