I was trending on Twitter on Friday (again), this time for using the phrase “sexual anarchy.”
Since millions of wonderful, normal Americans couldn’t care less about what trends on Twitter, let me explain.
A clip from the live stream of my national radio show began circulating online in which I said, among other things, that Democrats don’t want the same America that conservatives want. I listed several examples of this self-evident phenomenon, including how the Democrat Party is advancing a culture marked by sexual anarchy.
Charlie Kirk warns that Democrats want "you" living in "sexual anarchy" pic.twitter.com/leMBRmcSMb
— Jason Campbell (@JasonSCampbell) October 8, 2021
I barely remember saying it to be honest, but it apparently struck a nerve. Even the conservative luminary David French, well known moral arbiter and scold, called me out for my hypocrisy, noting my support for Donald Trump, who has had a reputation as a ladies’ man.
Dimwitted blue-check Twitter only understands anarchy in terms of how government is structured. But that’s a simplistic use of the word. Anarchy means without a ruler or chief, in any context. Oxford Dictionary defines it as “a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of authority.”
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