There's some frustration on my part, but I have to let events unfold as they will. Alone, I can't stop leftists and lefty sympathizers from declaring that their ideological opponents are literal National Socialists. For example, here's former celebrity Dan Harmon telling us that somehow 29% of Americans became National Socialists and they must be put to death:
Of course, some of the big news this week is that Mr. Harmon recorded a video comedy sketch in 2009. I haven't seen it, but I understand the plot of it is that the main character (played by Mr. Harmon) tries to prevent an infant from growing up to be a murderer by raping the infant himself.
Now, you need a big IQ, apparently, to understand the humor that Mr. Harmon was going for, so his Big IQ defenders are saying that he should be allowed to continue making his hit television show (and millions upon millions of dollars for Cartoon Network).
Mere days previously, however, Roseanne Barr (whose show I have never watched) was fired from her television show because she had written a short uncomplimentary statement that compared a person she didn't like to a character in a movie.
The rules change. Mr. Harmon, of course, apologized, and so did Mr. Barr, but so far Mr. Harmon has been allowed to continue making his hit television show and Mr. Barr must wait for years until the furor dies down.
Seems like there are two sets of rules about offending people. Sometimes it's okay and sometimes it's not. I wonder if that two-tiered system we have now in America makes anyone upset.