People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. Just imagine being coddled and worshipped before you were even born, live in one of the biggest bubbles on Earth and then have the nerve to criticize free people. I guess it makes sense when you live a life that’s been primarily planned out for you from birth.
The U.K.’s Prince Harry — whatever happened to him and his wife “Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex” renouncing their titles — did an interview with actor and podcaster Dax Shepard recently and told the host that he finds America’s First Amendment to be “bonkers,” among other things.
After chastising stand-up comedian, UFC commentator and Spotify podcaster Joe Rogan for questioning whether young people need to get the Chinese coronavirus vaccine, Prince — or is it Harry — spoke about his lack of comprehension of the First Amendment, particularly while he was living in director Tyler Perry’s mansion.
“I’ve got so much I want to say about the First Amendment,” Harry said. “I still don’t understand it, but it is bonkers.”
Well, it’s a good thing most rational Americans don’t really give a rip about a “royal,” whose family ironically made their living off of their “subjects” while they did very little, who actually believes in the far-left concept of “unconscious bias,” saying that those who don’t acknowledge it are “heading towards racism,” according to Breitbart.
I never have and never will understand American’s fascination with the royal family. Entities like them are part of the reason we formed this country, so we didn’t have to fawn over the privileged elite.
In a way, I feel bad for the dude, because he hasn’t had an original thought of his own in years.
Ah, well. This First Amendment right that allows me to write what I’ve just written feels good.
H/T: Louder with Crowder