1) Jerry Nadler runs the committee, and not only did he send a memo that targeted Candace, but he also shouted down the very first witness who spoke. The reason for this is that the gentleman who was rightly talking about hate speech was stating that the problem is broad and then he mentioned a member of the panel as someone who had previously said Jewish people were like little termites. His statement was true, and he had every right to say it. If a republican senator said something like what this other Senator did, democrats would attempt to run him out of office. By the way, no committee chairperson is supposed to use propaganda, he, as chairman of this committee, is supposed to be unbiased during the proceedings. Nadler is a disgusting human being.
2) Candace stated that she doesn't understand why African Americans get a platform for their grievances but it's not acceptable for whites to have the same. In other words, hate speech isn't impacting just one segment of society. All ethnic groups in the U.S., have experienced hate towards them for a variety of reasons including race. She called it a double-standard.
3) She made it clear that the only thing she sees being done, including the hearing that day, isn't about equality, it's about equal equity. It's about bringing innocent people down to accommodate other segments of society so they can benefit from the wins without doing anything that would've made a difference. The everybody gets a trophy mindset. We're adults and shouldn't expect some kind of participation trophy. If we're the best at what we do then great, but for someone to get the same result even though the person didn't perform as well, is ludicrus.
4) Candace asked the panel if they're truly trying to find solutions to things like hate speech, hate crimes, etc., then why haven't they brought in ANTIFA? I would love for at least one democrat to explain to me why they let this organization run wild with very little accountability. Remember the reporter at the riot where buildings were on fire behind him, and he actually said: "This is a relatively peaceful protest." This is a great example of how so many in the media focus on political narratives than actual news. It's not right.