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Monday, July 11, 2016

POLL - 40% of Americans support censorship

Retard Alert!
  • The mouth-breathing Sheeple are more interested in playing with their shiny toy cell phones than knowing anything at all about their Constitutional rights. Thinking adult thoughts is just so, so hard.

(Daily Caller)  -  A remarkable 39 percent of Americans are unable to name any of the rights guaranteed by the First Amendment, according to the Newseum Institute’s annual survey on the subject.
Barely half — 54 percent — of Americans know that free speech is guaranteed by the First Amendment, according to the study. Just 17 percent of Americans identified religious freedom as one of their First Amendment rights. 
Only 12, 11 and two percent of participants identified the right of assembly, freedom of the press and the right to petition, respectively, as First Amendment rights. And 39 percent of Americans couldn’t name a single right protected by the First Amendment.
One in five Americans — 21 percent, according to the study — believe the First Amendment “goes too far in the rights it guarantees,” while 75 percent disagree. 
A similar 2015 survey by Pew Research Center found that 40 percent of Americans between the ages of 18 and 35 support government censorship of “statements that are offensive to minority groups.”
Idiots - And their vote is equal to your vote.

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