Social Justice Bullies: The Authoritarianism of Millennial Social Justice
Aristo Orginos

“. And herein lies the problem — in attempting to solve pressing and important social issues, millennial social justice advocates are violently sabotaging genuine opportunities for progress by infecting a liberal political narrative with, ironically, hate.

Many will understand this term I used — millennial social justice advocates — as a synonym to the pejorative “social justice warriors.” It’s a term driven to weakness through overuse, but it illustrates a key issue here: that, sword drawn and bloodthirsty, millennial social justice advocates have taken to verbal, emotional — and sometimes physical — violence.”

Hyperbole and unevidenced BS (violence, really?) doesn’t help your position.

Also this:

“ Due process, or the idea that a governing body must respect all legal rights of an individual, is granted to Americans by the 5th and 14th Amendments.”

demonstrates your lack of understanding of the criminal justice system. Due process is a concept for the COURT ROOMS. Not the public. Citizens are not bound by due process. We can form our opinions based on the available evidence. We can excoriate people based on what we know. We can judge and condemn people based on what we know. We can do all that because we are not sitting in a position in the courtroom where our beliefs can affect the outcome of a trial.

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