Sarah Silverman probably thought this was really profound and stunning and brave when she tweeted it:
Whether political, religious, — anything — I think u have to be brave enough to question ur beliefs if ur beliefs depend on shielding yourself from new information or new ideas in order to keep said beliefs intact.
— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) December 22, 2017
Self-awareness isn’t really her strong suit, is it?
SS, listen to your own advice.
— Sandhillsrider (@Sandhillsrider) December 22, 2017
This goes for you too Sarah
— Sean Ostrander (@Seanmostrander) December 22, 2017
Icing on the cake? That tweet was retweeted by … Rosie O’Donnell:
Rosie’s so committed to open-mindedness that she tweets sexually charged vulgarities at people with whom she disagrees — and then blocks them. Gotta love it.
It wouldn’t come as much of a shock if we learned that Silverman was directing her Deep Thought at conservatives. But Lord knows there’s no shortage of liberals who could benefit from a little “bravery.”
I say this all the time to my liberal friends 🙂
— Tracy Moon (@MoonIAm93) December 22, 2017
With good reason. Echo chambers can get pretty loud.
Oh I did. See I use to be a Democrat votes for Obama’s his first term and what not then I finally understood what these Dems are doing. They say the right words and make it seem social justice warrior but in reality they do nothing for minorities.
— Ray (@Miamifanx23) December 22, 2017
So I questioned my atheistic, liberal beliefs as a teen and became a Christian. Do you find that acceptable?
— Tashlan (@TashlanED) December 22, 2017
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