Liberal’s blew up on Matt Walsh after a series of tweets about birth control and men rejecting masculinity to become feminine.
He was berated by comments on how he and his whole family should die for his views and they hoped that his kids grew up to be gay, pregnant or transgender. This is his response to the hate…
From The Blaze:
Nobody on Earth accepts and tolerates everything, nor should they. Things should only be accepted and tolerated if they are acceptable and tolerable.
Liberals deny that any standard of acceptability and tolerability can be imposed, yet they have no problem ruthlessly imposing such standards themselves. So it isn’t that conservatives are less tolerant than liberals, it’s that we have different ideas about what is tolerable.
Liberals clearly believe that my ideas and my very existence are intolerable, proving that they do not actually consider tolerance a universal principle. They’re right. It’s not.
With that established, I’d like to elaborate on the two horrible things I said on Twitter which caused such an absurd backlash.
First, provoking the ire of our nation’s feminists, I said this:
“If you actually cannot afford birth control then you are not nearly mature or responsible enough to be having sex in the first place.”
Second, unrelated and actually from a week before, in reference to the man who was just named spokesmodel for Maybelline but intended as a general comment about men who reject their masculine nature in order to appropriate femininity, I said this:
“Dads, this is why you need to be there to raise your sons.”
I already elaborated on that second point. I’ll have more to say about it later, but I’m going to start with the birth control topic. I should stipulate upfront and for the record that I issue no apology for either statement, neither am I interested in “explaining myself.”
Myself is irrelevant. I’m not the topic here. I don’t really care if you think I’m a horrible person, but I do care about the issues at hand. If I’m given an opportunity to go further into depth about them, I will gladly take it.
So, birth control then. A few points:
1. If you aren’t prepared to deal with the natural consequences of sex, you should not be having sex.
2. Stop whining about how “unaffordable” birth control is.
3. If your sex life is none of my business, stop asking me to finance it.
You’ll notice that the modern liberal spends all day shoving her sex life in your face, demanding that you accept it, celebrate it, fund it, but then when you refuse on any of those fronts, she immediately shrieks that you should “mind your business” and “stay out of her bedroom,” etc. Well, we would love nothing more than to mind our business, but you have made that impossible by defining “minding one’s business” as “the act of financing the sexual exploits of complete strangers.”