Leftist Tantrums: The Outrageous ‘Acting Out’ of Radicals Doesn’t Do Much for Their Causes

Written by Candace Hardin on June 14, 2018

There are many groups in the US today that claim they want equal rights. This is incorrect because they really want special rights and an excess of attention.

Some of these groups include the non-equity feminists, LGBT, college students who have difficulty accepting those with conflicting opinions, and those suffering with Trump Derangement Syndrome, such as all of Hollywood, the lame stream media and many of their followers.

It seems that Vice President Pence will be treated to a second “dance party” by LGBT activists as he arrives in Columbus, Ohio on Friday.

Pence has been often criticized by the LGBT community for his Christian views on the subject of the lifestyle they represent.

People of legal age who chose to observe an alternative lifestyle are free in the United States to do so. They are not free to try and validate themselves on those who disagree with them. The Vice President is also free to believe the way he chooses.

Dance parties are just a form of acting out.

This behavior is like the person in middle school who was always in trouble. This person didn’t care what kind of attention, good or bad, they received, as long as they were the center of attention.

These “dance parties” make no impression on a grown person’s opinion. They just guarantee media attention and an opportunity to behave badly in the service of your own personal “cause.”

Just suppose word got out that the Vice President wouldn’t eat ice cream after 8pm because it gave him indigestion.

Should all the dairy farmers meet his plane with Old Bossy and ring cow bells in protest?

Would that cause him to change his behavior to suit those who think they are better able to tell him how to live? Doubtful.

This would just be a dreadful ploy to get attention.

Just like non-equity feminists who wear their kitty kat hats and strip off their tops because, as they say, no one can tell them not to do it, or as they labeled it a “boob protest.”

This particular protest by activists in Argentina included throwing disgusting things at a Catholic Church to demand tax payer paid abortion and for culturally accepted prostitution.

Did they change the views of the Catholic Church?

Did they change the laws to fit their agenda?

Again, doubtful, but they did make a mess, get attention and go half naked, which was their immediate goal.

So these assorted incidences can be categorized as simple misbehaving. The kind of showing out or acting out used to draw consequences for bad behavior, but have somehow been allowed or accepted due to people’s feelings or need to protest.

Trying to affect changes to the laws can be done by writing letters, sponsoring petitions, calling one’s representatives and attending town hall meeting to discuss an agenda.

These aren’t the preferred routes for today’s activist because these effective routes call no media attention to the person and gives no license to outrageous behavior.

In the United States, citizens are guaranteed the right to PEACEFUL ASSEMBLY by the First Amendment in the Constitution.

They are not guaranteed the right to violent and destructive behavior.

Candace Hardin
Candace Hardin resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She is fluent in Spanish and a student of Latin and history. She is a columnist on PolitiChicks.tv. and has a blog, kandisays.blogspot.com. Originally from North Carolina, her writing and beliefs have been heavily influenced by the Appalachian culture and tradition.