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To the left just mentioning the name Milo Yiannopoulos is a step towards the normalization of hate speech. Milo is a provocateur who believes political correctness has gone too far. For the left this is a bitter red-pill to swallow. He challenges the left to debate him. Realizing that no one will debate him because they will not sink to his level. (I imagine one would have to restrain from personal attacks. Agree that free speech should be protected. Accept blame where blame is due. Ask him how he would resolve these issues? And how he is making the situation better?) Ultimately it is within each of us to confront these issues.
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Barack “Yes we can!” Obama was the first and only President I ever loved. Bear with me: Republicans/Tea Party/Alt-Right. (Whatever you call yourselves these days.) One thing I couldn’t understand was how Obama couldn’t see that he was never going to appease the Republicans. The Republicans said he poisoned the well. So I could see how it went both ways. And how it kept spiraling out of control.
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