"Louder with Crowder" host Steven Crowder shared bonus footage Thursday from his recent installment of "Change My Mind" where he defended his belief that America is the greatest country in the world and asked a student named Elise to change his mind.
While Elise claimed that she believed that America is great, she also stated that America is good but that other countries were were as good or better based on the health care system.
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Crowder focused on the First Amendment, in honor of Independence Day, and asked Elise to share her opinion regarding freedom of speech in America and whether or not freedom of speech is one of the key elements that have made America superior.
According to Elise, America is not a superior country because of the flaws in our current health care system.
"I just don't think that America can be called the greatest country on Earth when people are dying because they don't have access to medication," Elise said.
Crowder explained why free health care would actually a violation of individual rights and why America is indeed the greatest country in the world.
"Not only because our health care is better than in those countries, the deaths are seven times higher if you have a disease in the UK the health outcomes are not better in other countries," Crowder said. "Not only do I believe America is superior to those countries, outside of health care, freedom of speech is a big one. How can a country be better when they do not allow people freedom of speech?"
"I feel like freedom of speech is very important but i feel like there are certain things that are more important than others," Elise said.
Crowder asked Elise if she is willing to give up her right to free speech for socialized health care.
Elise said that she felt there are some things that she believed people should not be allowed to say.
"I don't think that I should be allowed to go around saying the N-word," Elise said.
Crowder asked her to clarify why she felt this way. Elise claimed that because the N-word is offensive that she should not have the right to say use it in public.
"That guy just called me a f***ing idiot," Crowder said. "Should I be able to have these guys haul him away in cuffs?'
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