It has always been an expectation that sooner or later political correctness would overplay its hand. The election of Donald Trump to the presidency is a statement to that very fact. This is an interesting review of how the liberal safe-spacers have retreated into a reality that they cannot escape. Very insightful summation of how they got to where they are.
As Written By Ed Morrissey for Hot Air:
If you guess that the answer is yes, you’ve been paying attention — and so has German magazine Der Spiegel. Essayist Phillip Oehmke tries to offer a limited and historical defense for political correctness, but ends up condemning it for its descent into “hypersensitivity, feel-good oases or censorship” in the American experience. For those looking to explain Donald Trump’s surprising victory, they may want to start here:
Now, two months after the election, those looking for clues as to how Trump’s victory became possible quickly arrive at the refusal of many Trump detractors — including members of Hillary Clinton’s own campaign team — to confront the uncomfortable fact that there are legions of Trump fans all across the country. It’s almost as if, in the face of Trump, liberal America collectively retreated to a “safe space.” And when they finally resurfaced after the election, Trump had won.
FULL STORY CONTINUES HERE: