Yeah I had a feeling about that .....
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Posted on: 08-07-2019 17:44.
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I think that feeling was half "ugh I hope he's not right" and half "ugh now this argument has no impact".but David French does better than some in casting complex blame.
Paul launched a war by saying:
...for one thing, the obvious antifa extreme socialist killed nine people, six of whom were black: pure wokeness.
It ought to be enough for a conservative rag at long last to make this stand against white nationalists (amazing it has to be said on the right, but okay). Enough for them to say the leader of the free world—who they spend time defending—fans the flames of his base's violent views and heaps racial abuse on government officials for subpoenaing his family and criticizing his still-operating-illegally ICE/CBP/DHS appartus re: the southern border. No concern for other borders, not even these around our voting booths, mind you.
But it’s pretty beyond the pale for French to draw a line from these Ohio murders to, again, elected officials calling these exactly what NR-approved-book-smart people agree is the appropriate term. Because invoking death and/or the Holocaust (see that one?) is always the same level of bad, to wit:
"LOL 'we could shoot some immigrants,' good one"
"You're putting kids in concentration camps in contempt and defiance of the rule of law"
Edited by Paul at 8/7/2019 7:31:24 AM
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