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The left’s intensifying war on free speech has produced a surge of red pill videos. Others are meandering, hipster confessionals delivered with the wordy earnestness of characters in a Duplass brothers movie.
In his You Tube Channel, Dissent Report, a young, one-time “Bernie Sanders supporting progressive Democrat” admits from behind large sunglasses that he’s made “a pretty hard turn to the right.” He took the red pill after seeing friends “moving …towards an authoritarian sort of Progressivism.” He explains, “They were just standing up for a divisive brand of politics that would tolerate no dissent whatsoever.” Not surprisingly, the mainstream media has largely dismissed the red pill phenomenon.
You might say that those who take the red pill have been “triggered.” But instead of seeking out “safe spaces,” they’re doing the opposite, posting monologues throwing off the shackles of political correctness.
Their videos can feature the kind of subversiveness that was once a hallmark of the left—before the movement lost its sense of humor.
Her documentary has been largely ignored by most of the mainstream media. Laci Green, one of You Tube’s best known personalities whose left-leaning videos about sex and gender have an immense following, posted “Taking The Red Pill?
” Green’s relatively tame confession of discomfort with feminists who shut down opposing views, as well as the revelation that she was dating an anti-SJW You Tuber, enraged her fans.
Many who proclaim themselves “red pilled” express a yearning for traditional values.“I mean there are, what, 6,000 Klansmen left in our nation.You want me to actually process that as a legitimate fear every day when I wake up?Candace Owens, a charismatic young African American, posts commentaries on her You Tube channel whose titles seem expressly designed to make PC heads explode.A sample: “I Don't Care About Charlottesville, the KKK, or White Supremacy.” The commentary calls out liberal fearmongering over white supremacists.