'No Safe Spaces' Film Showcases Erosion of First Amendment Rights
Free speech remains under attack in America. The latest weapon: "cancel culture." The film No Safe Spaces exposes it. The film, produced by Dennis Prager and featuring comedian Adam Carolla, debuted in theaters last year and became 2019's top-grossing political documentary after showcasing the erosion of First Amendment rights. Now the film is available on DVD or to stream on demand.
In the film, Carolla—a comedian and top podcaster—shares the screen with conservative talk radio host Dennis Prager. The men explore threats to the First Amendment and freedom of thought in America, which is something Carolla says the mainstream media refuses to admit.
"It's first and foremost we wanted to make it an entertaining film and that it is," Carolla told CBN News. "But it has a lot of perspective from both sides of the aisle and some pretty interesting stories that the news didn't exactly fully cover."
Carolla admits that while he and Prager come from different backgrounds, they share the same passion for fighting the politically correct culture's aim to squash speech it doesn't like.
"I like people's values, and when I have a value that I share with somebody, then I'm immediately attracted to them, even though in Dennis Prager's particular case, we could not be further apart on paper in terms of how we grew up and where we grew up," Carolla said. "He was an East Coast guy and I was a West Coast guy, and we just couldn't be further apart except for the part where we have the exact same values."
Carolla also points out how this generation has been trained to hate alternative points of view and unleashes anger on opposing views.
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