During her commencement speech at Wellesley College, Hillary Clinton was quoted in saying “You are graduating at a time when there is a full-fledged assault on truth and reason“. What she failed to mention was that she was the leading perpetrator in that assault on truth and reason. Ever since she launched her campaign for Presidency in 2016, Hillary Clinton has been waging her assault. From creating a Super-PAC to fight negative press and then citing fake news for her loss, Clinton’s double-think has been a primary source of the “assault on reason”. It’s not only her, the Left has been using double-think and are primary attackers in the assault on reason.
How Is the Left Contributing to the “Assault on Reason”?
The left have waged their assault on reason for as long as they existed. After “Das Kapital” and “The Communist Manifesto” were published, the left have used Marx’s writings to enforce their totalitarian agenda. By advocating outright for double-think, the left are the prime aggressors in the “assault on reason”. Their prime tool in the assault is advocating for free college and universal healthcare while simultaneously demanding fair wages. How can college and healthcare be free when both are fruits of someone’s labor? It just doesn’t add up. Another example of leftist double-think would be their stance on gun control. Many Democratic politicians are against guns and will do everything to take them out of the hands of law abiding citizens. Democrat politicians also state that cops, people who carry guns on a daily basis, are racist bigots who target minorities. If the police are evil racists, how are people supposed to protect themselves?
The Orwellian nature of the left will never end. When George Orwell wrote Nineteen Eighty Four, he never imagined that Democrats today would use it as an instruction guide. The most heinous double-think crime that the left commits today is allowing Hillary Clinton to proclaim that she promotes freedom and liberty to an entire graduating class. That itself is a direct assault on truth and reason.