I wish I knew so.
Here is Michael R.’s Comment of the Day, a trenchant and timely analysis of the underlying factors that culminated in the post, Yes, Catherine Gregory Should Be Fired:
The current Democratic college faculty, journalists, and politicians have shown how dangerous the political correctness of the 80’s and 90’s was. They are the product of that philosophy embraced by the Left and the Democratic Party. People disputed how bad it was at the time, but now we see the true effects of excusing it, ignoring it, and Democrats still voting for the Left. Let’s not pretend they all just became unhinged recently because of Trump’s election. They have been this way for a long time, it is just that people excused it or denied it. Even today, every single person I know who is a Democrat STILL denies the mainstream media has a liberal bias. Why wouldn’t they, it is the same media we had 10 years ago. All the news coverage of George W. Bush was just as unreliable as the current coverage of Trump, they just weren’t as blatant as they are now (remember Dan Rather, remember the NYT and CBS fake news story on election day about weapons of mass destruction?).
In 10 years, hate speech will be illegal and hate speech will be anything the Left doesn’t like. Roughly 60% of college students, in survey after survey, already think it is illegal to express opinions they don’t like. Since about half of college students are Democrats, it suggests that ~100% of the future Democratic voters, representatives, governors, Presidents, and judges, will view it as illegal.
As a product of the public schools, I was required to be left-leaning when I entered college. Once there, however, I saw the true nature of the philosophy of the Left and the Democratic party. I saw forced racial privileges, forced segregation, hatred of the US and all it stands for, hatred of freedom and democracy, hatred of Christianity, and the love of totalitarianism as the philosophy of the Left and the Democratic Party. I haven’t really seen them change since. They haven’t changed since Trump’s election, they have been that way for a long time. If you didn’t see it, you were blind.
I know some people will take issue with me equating the Left with the Democratic Party, but seriously, do you think Antifa are Republicans? Not all Democrats are antidemocratic totalitarian fanatics, but enough are that support of the Democratic Party has eroded our freedoms and eroded the very principles of democracy in this country. You didn’t see Republicans declare outright rebellion against the elected government when Barack Obama was elected, did you? Why isn’t the call to #Resist the current elected government considered rebellion, especially when in violent, mob form as we have seen?