>>473171992>still not answering that question
If Neil was tweeting in fucking North Korea, then yes, his freedom to speak without being arrested by the government would be in danger.
To reiterate: the original post claims that he isn't letting the fear of outrage mobs curtain his free speech (this is a direct quote) which is admirable. The reality is that his freedom of speech is already provided to him because he's a US citizen. He isn't preventing outrage mobs from curtailing his free speech by sperging out on twitter.
Contextually, other countries' handling of free speech laws is fucking irrelevant, why did you niggers bring it up? Semantics?>holy shit esl adlib says what
??? Can you not read? That's a perfectly legible statement.>>473172354
The context here is that we're talking about an American citizen's right to freedom of speech which is exclusively granted by the first amendment, and only by the first amendment. You have literally zero legal rights to say whatever you want without worrying about being held accountable by outrage mobs or private businesses.
Neil isn't admirable for sperging out on twitter with zero regard as to whether or not some people might read it and think "What a fucking dipshit." As a public figure, you SHOULD let the possibility of PR disasters and/or getting deplatformed deter you from saying stupid bullshit.