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Ben Shapiro: The era of political correctness is over
Author and radio talk show host tells CPAC participants see the ‘big secret’ to the conservatives success.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro on Thursday said the activists, that the “era of political correctness” in the age of Donald Trump as President to fight during the promotion of conservative liberalism with the “truth”.
“The era of political correctness is over,” Shapiro said at the annual Conservative Political Action conference outside of Washington. “The political correctness to die a slow, painful, bloody, agonizing death. And all I can say is hell, Yes.”
Like other speakers here, Shapiro the recent rampage in Florida addressed, and accused the media of unfair conservative views to handle weapons.
He asked the audience to raise their hands, if you take care of the people murdered in a Park, Fla. He also asked them to raise their hands if they believe in Second Amendment rights.
“You see, the two things can go together, the media,” Shapiro said.
At one point during his speech, Shapiro Trump defeat of the Democrats, Hillary Clinton in the presidential election, and the crowd cheered and began to sing “includes you, includes you.”
Shapiro went on to encourage the young conservatives in the audience to remain honest in advising liberal.
“There is nothing wrong with fun at the left,” he said. “Just make sure that what you say will be backed up with evidence.”
Shapiro added: “We need to show that you are a liar, and we are the truth tellers. And that means, to tell the truth about everything. It means that, if our own side fails, we need to call.”
Earlier in the day, Vice President Mike Pence and NRA leader, Wayne LaPierre talks to the activists. CPAC is known for attracting a large number of college students, a panel held on liberal bias on the college Campus with the title “Kim Jong-University: How universities camps are in training.”
Marcus Fotenos of the group turning point USA, said the University professors: “What’s really sad is not worth, of reason, or of truth….as we work in an environment where they are not worth it, why?”
Grant Strobl, the Young America’s Foundation tells the story of how you you want to at the University of Michigan, which he called as “His Majesty” after school, students are allowed to change their personal pronoun, what.
“This policy is crazy,” he said.
President Trump and other members of his government are scheduled to address CPAC on Friday.
Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.