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An Important Message From Fareed Zakaria (VIDEO)

In a message today on CNN, Fareed Zakaria spoke bluntly about liberal intolerance for viewpoints they disagree with. He pared down a message he gave at Bucknell University recently and began with this:

“American universities today seemed committed to every type of diversity except intellectual diversity.”

Watch the rest and you’ll be nodding along in agreement:

Fareed Zakaria: Liberals think they're tolerant, but they're not

Fareed Zakaria says that though many liberals think they are tolerant, often they aren't. http://cnn.it/2r2lWiZ

Posted by CNN on Sunday, May 28, 2017

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