Is it laughable, or tragic, to listen in on a meeting of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA)? You be the judge. The litany of sensitivity rules — from prohibitions on heavy scents to avoidance of gender-specific pronouns — is designed to not trigger anyone as they usher in the new Utopia…if anyone can stand it. Above all, the rules are designed to shut each other up.
A student senate, by supermajority, mandates silent sign language applause, and bans clapping and whooping. Scott Ott explains why, but Bill Whittle and Stephen Green fail to join the muted ovation for this sensitive accommodation. For just $9.95/month, you can join the citizen-producer crew and make shows like ‘Right Angle’: https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register