— Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) June 30, 2019

Of course, the far left attacked Gervais and his sensible comments.

“Tell me more about letting nazis ‘say things’ wouldnt hurt anyone,” one user responded.

“Oh, come on, Ricky. This is utter bulls**t, and you know it. If you don’t, you should,” said another.

“It’s interesting that people who believe ‘sayings things’ is harmless are often white men of European descent,” added a third Twitter user.


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That’s when Gervais responded with another tweet.

“Whatever side you’re on politically, ‘left’ or ‘right’, you don’t need violent factions joining you or representing you,” Gervais tweeted. “They bring your cause into disrepute. They don’t even care about your cause, they’re just in it for the violence. Denounce them.”

“After studying science, philosophy, theology and socio-economic history for many years, I have concluded that the big problem is that so many people are f***ing stupid,” he later tweeted.

Gervais Has Always Defended Free Speech

Taking a stand for free speech is not new for Gervais–and he’s not even a conservative.

The attacks on him for defending free speech only indicate how radical the left has become.

“I’m an old fashioned liberal lefty, champagne socialist type of guy. A pro-equality, opportunity-for-all, welfare state snowflake. But, if I ever defend freedom of speech on here, I’m suddenly an alt-right Nazi. How did that happen?” he tweeted in January.

Good for Gervais for being an “old fashioned liberal lefty” who still cherishes freedom of expression as opposed to the extremism that now defines the hard left including a significant part of the Democratic Party.

More Ricky Gervais please, less Antifa.