Conservative Millennial: 'Snowflake' Media Has Embraced Victimhood
Are you a "snowflake"?
According to CBS News contributor Faith Salie, we all are.
"I'm a snowflake. And so are you. Your children are snowflakes. And so are mine. And those who protest the loudest about not being snowflakes? I can see your six-fold ice crystals from here!" Salie wrote in an op-ed.
Conservative millennial blogger Allie Beth Stuckey joined "Fox & Friends" this morning to weigh in on the "snowflake" debate.
"A 'snowflake' is defined [as] someone who has the inability to engage in productive intellectual dialogue. And that's what we're seeing in the mainstream media right now," Stuckey said.
She explained that the media is supposed to be a source of information and provide a place for honest debate and discussion.
"But that's not what's happening," Stuckey said. "It's antithetical to good journalism. But that's what we're seeing."
"How can we expect our young people to be able to engage in dialogue when, for example, our only source for objective information - the media - has become victims and snowflakes themselves?" she continued.
Stuckey added that this is also a problem in our educational system, with colleges providing "safe spaces," massage therapy, puppies and coloring books to students.
She said that our young people then have that attitude reinforced by the media, and that's how we've arrived at this "snowstorm."
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