As mild mannered conservatives witness the hatred directed at conservatives who speak out, they are left thinking, "Where does this come from?"
Stella Morabito offers an answer in How Political Correctness Hijacked Trump Inauguration Protesters’ Brains.
As the title tells us, it's a need to be politically correct, and it results from years of indoctrination.
Consider this: when people fear talking about an idea, it tends to go out of circulation. The alternative view becomes perceived as the only socially accepted view. When most outlets of communication—Hollywood, academia, and the media—collectively push political correctness, social distrust grows and more people believe they are all alone with their “unpopular” opinions. A while back, I dissected this phenomenon.
Political correctness is basically mind hacking. It is a form of propaganda that induces self-censorship in order to send politically incorrect ideas into a spiral of silence. After observing the social hostility to your politically incorrect opinion you are supposed to start thinking of yourself as the crazy aunt locked up in the attic. So your only hope for relief is to “come out” and support the PC line. Once you do so (Meryl Streep’s Golden Globe lecture just gave Hollywood another lesson on how to do this) you can pat yourself on the back and simply mimic it.
Mind numbed robots, as one commentator calls them. Hollywood will likely remain unchanged as long as there is big money and fame to be had there. The media is in it's own downward spiral. But there's still hope the right can take back the schools.