Ashe Schow, writer at the Washington Examiner and columnist at the Observer, joined Mary Katharine Ham to discuss the latest safe space outrages on college campuses, Harambe memes, and how the SJWs have finally turned on Lena Dunham. Guy Benson also joined the conversation on the FBI’s latest report on Hillary Clinton’s emails.
“The supporters of safe spaces and trigger warnings always go back to idealized definition that no one could disagree with…that a ‘safe space’ is a place where people of similar backgrounds and experiences can get together and be free from being challenged,” Schow said. “Well that’s a friend group. Go find friends.”
In other SJW news, Lena Dunham’s comments about, and then apology to, Odell Beckham Jr. has finally turned some of her fans into her critics. “It’s actually real privilege to assume you can read people’s minds and know what their innermost thoughts and feelings are,” Ham said. “She feels entitled to say that Odell Beckham Jr. believes this about her.”
Later in the hour, Guy Benson of Townhall shared some of the most critical facts we learned about Hillary’s Clinton’s July interview with the FBI. “The FBI is confirming for the first time that there is actual evidence that an outside actor penetrated and breached the email system using hacking technology,” Benson said. “Yet we are told by our moral betters that it is just a right-wing obsession and it’s time to move on.”