What If? Are Chili Rellenos the Answer?

Here bydesign001 provides an example of a “pseudo-event”. What is a “pseudo-event”? It is manufactured news.

If you look into this “news”, what does it tell us? Democrats are stupid and mean-spirited? That they are dishonest bullies? That they try to intimidate their opposition? If we did not know that already, we have to be quite ignorant, and that’s the problem.

How much time does a story like this deserve? Not much. If we see one of our leaders dining out and an unruly mob starts trying to bully them, what should we do? Well, if you are a man, a gentleman, and a patriot, you protect your leaders. You get yourself between the mob and your leaders.

When someone is trying to serve you, you protect them. You call the police for help. You don’t just sit there on your ass. Have we any business asking Secret Service agents to do things we are unwilling to do ourselves?

Meanwhile, so we can straighten out the mess Democrat demagogues are making, we try to understand our opposition. We try see past their schemes and focus on what is actually important. News is supposed to be about things that matter, not a bunch of mob activity.

Check out what Mark Levin had to say last Friday about “pseudo-events”.
=> http://www.marklevinshow.com/2018/06/22/june-22-2018/

Listen to the first part of his radio show from Friday.
=> https://omny.fm/shows/mark-levin-audio-rewind/mark-levin-audio-rewind-6-22-18

As citizens of a great constitutional republic, we need to learn how our government is supposed to work and what it is actually doing, not about stuff on the periphery.

We need know what our leaders believe and about the competencies, not to be flooded with a bunch of emotional nonsense that does not matter.

In an election, we need to know about the candidates, not to hear reporters cover the election as if it were a sporting event. Who cares if so and so is great with one-line lies that just zing into the other guy? If so and so does not care about protecting our rights, why would we want vote for so and so?

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You all know by now about the assault on a swank DC Mexican Restaurant by a group of American political terrorists. The story and video are available from several sources, some sympathetic, others outraged.

This one runs over 10 minutes, providing the full scope of the “battle area”.

Rather than get your panties in a bunch about the insolence or language, which has become so common and predictable as to be ordinary anymore, from a large part of our educated youth these days, notice the rest of restaurant, and the general absence of restaurant management. Again, for over 10 minutes.

Now, WHAT IF, what if just one of those patrons had stood up, picked up his or her plate of chili rellenos, and calmly walked over to where one of the loud-mouths were standing, and face planted those chili rellenos.

In Hollywood, this is called a “show stopper”, for there…

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32 thoughts on “What If? Are Chili Rellenos the Answer?

  1. FWIW, I don’t want to go where I am unwanted. And I am not against freedom of association.
    But if a restaurant/ hotel et al doesn’t want my business I’d appreciate it if they just say so upfront.
    For example, the “Trumpless hotel”:
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-11-13/coming-soon-to-washington-an-anti-trump-hotel-for-liberals

    Where anti-trumpers can gather and I know I (along with most of my friends) am not welcome.
    I’m betting it will be the whitest hotel in America (with the exception of the servants of course).

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  2. Tom,
    I’m surprised no one has asked the police to arrest the people for disturbing the peace, hate crime, or intimidating or threaten them. I also wonder if a civil suit against the restaurant with monetary damages is warranted.

    If people would have stood up to defend them in the restaurant and a fight broke out, not to certain that would be worth it since they only used words and did not touch or harm them.

    Sometimes it is better not to get mad, just get even, in a lawful court.

    i had a similar situation in Florida, stayed calm and called the police. The guy kept trying to make me mad by insulting me trying to get me to throw a punch which he deserved, as I called the police, while he was standing in front of me. He took off before the police arrived.

    The police just asked me if he physically assaulted me or if I could prove they threatened me. If not, there was nothing they could charge him with.

    Oh well, the real true reason I probably did not punch him as he was bigger and younger than me.

    The moral of my story may be an idiom.

    “A wise man knows his limitations.”

    The patrons should have all started yelling at the attackers to support hem, same as they yelled at the patron, while the owner called the police.

    Fight fire with fire.”

    Regard and good will blogging.

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  3. From The Diplomad.
    http://www.thediplomad.com/2018/06/progs-out-of-red-pills-blame-victim-and.html
    He has it right, as usual.

    “Ah, yes, so-called “immigration” is a perennial favorite in prog world. “Immigration” has lots of useful aspects to it: a prog can label anybody opposed to unfettered “immigration” as a racist, this at the same time that progs, e.g., Nancy Pelosi, hail the coming “browning” of America and accuse anybody who hails the current “whiteness”of America as a racist. Progs, please remember, are allowed to think in terms of race, the rest of us, well, not so much.

    The immigration topic is one in which the prog craziness and inability to think logically is very visible. We start with those coming to the USA. The vast majority are from what we once called Third World countries, and are what the progs call “persons of color.” Why do they come? Well, the progs tells us that they come because they flee oppression, injustice, lack of rule of law, inequality, and well, just because, well, they want to. They come from great cultures that we must respect, accommodate, and emulate, well, emulate only up to the point that we don’t appropriate them, while they, of course, have the right to appropriate our culture, but . . . don’t go further down that line of RACIST thought! We cannot label their countries sh*tholes, and while they have great cultures and are from wonderful places, it is an injustice of huge proportions to ask them to live in their own countries and to send back the ones who violate our laws. We cannot separate families nor can we send back whole family units because . . . RACIST!

    The progs do not want us to differentiate between lawful immigrants and criminal aliens. They are all in one big bucket of voters and constituents for prog government programs.

    Our nation, it seems, is just a jumble of rapacious capitalism, fascism, racism, white supremacy, and Judeo-Christian intolerance and we are often rightfully compared to the NAZIS! Because as we all know, the Gestapo and the SS arrested and jailed Jews because millions of Jews were trying to get into Nazi Germany to live, and sent them to death camps or firing squads. We are doing exactly the same with the tide of “asylum” seekers, “refugees,” and undocumented “immigrants.” It is exactly like the NAZIS! Right?

    We are not allowed to question why “persons of color” would want to give up their fabulous cultures to live in the evil, patriarchal, white supremacist USA . . . DON’T ASK THAT QUESTION, YOU DEPLORABLE RAAAAAAACIST!
    (snip)
    We are aggressors because we want to control, just a bit, who lives among us. The USA, please note, takes more migrants of all types than any other country on earth, but it is the US that the Jordanian head of the UN human rights organization singles out for harsh criticism for allegedly “separating” families at the border–maybe Jordan should do something about the so-called Palestinian “refugees”? The UN says nothing about the draconian immigration laws in Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America. No human rights violation charges, furthermore, are leveled against the governments of Mexico, Cuba, any of the Central American countries, China, Syria, Nigeria, etc., for failing to promote societies in which people wish to live with their children. Nothing is said about the prog organizations, allied with human traffickers, corrupt officials, lying and scandal-mongering journalists, and demogogic politicians, such as Mexican Presidential candidate Manuel Lopez Obrador, who called for Mexicans and Central Americans to “flood” the USA in the name of “North American open borders.” Lopez Obrador, of course, borrowed that call for an invasion and occupation from Turkey’s Erdogan.

    As noted below, this insanity exploits and kills children, including the children of Americans killed by MS-13. But, of course, the OUTRAGE! and the focus of the virtue-signalers and their friends, well, that will remain on bogus stories of mistreatment at the hands of beleaguered Border Patrol agents.

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    1. The Diplomad’s wife is a Spanish speaking immigrant, btw…and he speaks Spanish fluently. This seems a common theme.
      Liberal hand wringing over “illegal brown™ folk” from WASPs virtual signaling, which the actual (legal) immigrants who went through the work to get here legally are the ones begging for a sanity check.

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      1. The legal immigrants generally abhor illegal immigration. What is the point of coming to the USA legal if we are going to let in bunches of poor and ignorant people who cannot even speak English? Why isn’t the problem with doing that obvious?

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  4. Imagine if the people of Germany had spoken up and publicly shamed Hitler when he was still just a Wanna-be Fascist like Trump and his cult of followers in what is now the defunct Republican Party. As far as I know, Wanna-be Fascists supporters and leaders are not a protected class (yet) that cannot be denied service at restaurants and subject to peaceful free speech. I know, it’s tough to spend all day lying and fomenting hatred against brown folks, and then not be able to relax having those same brown folks serve you. I guess a whining bout of faux outrage and false equivalencies are in order. Let the tiny violins begin their sad symphony.😏

    Unless, of course, you are proposing that Trumpites need their own squad of vigilante Brown Shirts to protect them from being peacefully shunned and shamed?

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    1. @tsalmon

      I think the Nazis did a very good job of convincing themselves they were the good guys. Yeah! It was those vile Jews, Slavs, Poles, LGBT folk, and the genetically unfit they exterminated who were so despicable.

      The Nazis and the Democrats of their day had much in common, particularly with respect to the subjects of racism and eugenics. The Nazis are largely gone, but Democrats are still with us. Sigh!

      God still tolerates us sinful men and women. He loves us, but I sometimes wonder why. If I did not love anyone, I suppose I would not know.

      Frankly, if you knew as much as you should about the history of your party, it would shame you to bring up Nazism. But you did.

      Look over the news media carefully little brother. Conservative Republicans most assuredly don’t own it. We don’t have the capacity to lie about Liberal Democrats without being promptly refuted. Yet there is plenty of fake news. Otherwise, you would not be spouting such drivel.

      Think about what it means to be tolerant of other people’s views. What does the behavior of your party have to do with tolerating the views of others? Your party is big on giving people in certain groups a special status, but tolerating disagreement?

      What is our “sin”, the “sin” of Conservative Republicans? Conservative Republicans don’t want the Liberal Democrat Utopia. We consider the idea unconstitutional, impractical, and sinful. We would prefer to live accord to our own values, not according to latest fad dedicated by a Liberal Democrat whim, perhaps a new “right” some donor group wants to impose on society at large.

      Instead of government officials arbitrarily giving us our “rights”, we prefer God-given rights. So, of course, you are outraged. Your god is not appeased.

      Look in the mirror. I ain’t God. You ain’t God. None of the people you can vote for are God. God does not need our vote. Get use to it. If not now, you will in eternity.

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    2. Will you define Fascist for me? A lot of folks use the term but from the dictionary it doesn’t appear to apply in most usage ? And if you want to use the dictionary, I’d like to know how it’s being applied by you to fit the definition. Thanks.

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      1. I’d like him to also define “brown”. And why it is now somehow synonymous with “illegal” and…while you’re at it…why THAT isn’t racist?

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      2. Actually it’s “ Wanna-be Fascists”, a less competent neofascist movement that, so far at least, is being restrained by our democratic institutions and age old American values. It appeals to the same worshipful cult of personality, xenophobia, ethnophobia and ethnocentrism that defined the populism of previous extreme Right Wing fascist movements, but camouflages its lust for authoritarianism as a need for more power for the sole purpose of defeating liberals at all costs. It’s Utilitarian acolytes and apologists justify any means (tearing families apart and causing the suffering of children, supporting a serial adulterer, rejoicing in continuous lies, race baiting, and other forms of blatant corruption) as long as their faux grievance driven tribe trolls their hated opponents.

        Basically, you may define this “Wanna-be Fascism” as the current Trump Party, the Party that ascended out of the ashes of the now defunct Grand Old Party.

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        1. How exactly are these people authoritarian? So are you claiming all cultures should be viewed as equal, how does this square against then asserting that ethnocentrism is wrong and how do you not separate ideas from culture and race? In my everyday life, when I hear two competing ideas, I choose the one I feel functions better, are you saying this is wrong on larger scales? Or should I not distinguish between good ideas and bad ideas?

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          1. Good point Philip. Cultures, forms of government are no more equal than individual people are equal. Like individual people, all governments are inherently flawed and subject to flaws, some more so then others. Other than Christ, all people are imperfect, but can become better when they first recognize their imperfect nature and strive toward good. On the other hand, a prideful person thinks that he has achieved moral superiority over others and thus feels justified in not improving and in condemning those he feels have not achieved his level of perfection. In so doing, he commits sins just as great as the sins of those he thinks his inferiors.

            Nations and cultures can act with much the same prideful nature as individuals, and this trumped up form of cultural, racial and national sense of superiority is a trait of Fascism.

            Our culture, our race, and our nation is not superior. It is our ideals, with the grace of God and when we live up to those ideals, that can make up something better than our inherent sinful nature. Our cake as an individual and as a nation is never completely baked. Those ideals that tend to make America better include acceptance, pluralism, humility and a high regard for the individual dignity of every human regardless of their race, religion or ethnicity.

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          2. There’s is a lot here to agree upon. Humility is a key component in our day to day affairs.

            Now, do you distinguish Nationalism and Fascism? When does culture play into the governance of ideas and society? Some would articulate that culture not politics is the mover of history. So, what is the difference between Polish culture declaring their independence from Soviet control to worship God, as opposed to now where the PiS wants to keep that way of life distinct from other ideas? A culture used the ideas to liberate from an authoritarian to become it? Or should they be within their own sovereignty allowed to protect their cultural heritage?

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          3. One other point Philip. People like to say that we have a “Christian Culture”, but I think that that term is an oxymoron. The reason why Christianity spread around the world is that it’s most basic ideals transcend the tribalism of culture. I am not saying that Christian ideals, such as the Christian ideals related equality before God, do not dramatically effect our culture and our government (anyone that has read Huntington can see that religion proundly defines cultural norms). What I am saying is that Christian ideals are bigger than any given race, country, government or culture. Christianity is inherently NOT tribal and to consider oneself a member of an exclusive Christian tribe is to say that one is not being a Christian. In the same sense, to say that one is a member of an exclusive American Culture or tribe is, IMHO, to be un-American.

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    3. Brown people.
      Brown, brown, brown all around.
      So brown…so illegal.
      “Don’t hate on brown, Hitlers! We’ll shame you and shout at you!”

      This a real stab at reasonable debate?
      The weird thing is…I have no doubt you honestly believe you’re “standing up for brown people” here.

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      1. When Trump reserves all his demagogic fear mongering and race baiting for people of color then it is he who is creating the issue of “the other”. Whether Trump and his acolytes actually think they are white supremacists or not, at some point, makes little difference if he flagrantly appeals to the hatred and fears of a privileged WASP identity group that feel that their privileges are being threatened by people who, conveniently, just happen to all be brown and black.

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        1. The demographic in question is the illegal immigrant demographic.
          I do know some blonde Mexicans (however they are not illegal so perhaps there are no blonde illegal Mexicans…I don’t know any illegals, to my knowledge).
          The race baiters are making this about color.
          Lots of legal brown, black, and yellow people around.

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          1. Criticizing black football players, victimizing brown refugee families from South of the Border, banning Semitic Muslim refugees, promoting the ridiculous birther conspiracy theory against a president who happens to be black, all those “shit hole” countries, the lack of urgency for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico, and on and on and on. Yea, I know, you can rationalize all these coincidences away. Just as left wing identity politics can be excused by its ardent promoters, Trump’s acolytes can excuse his race baiting appeals because they really don’t want to face that ugliness so long as they feel their tribe is winning. Because of that, anon, and despite the fact that you seem a smart, rational and caring person, I doubt if I could ever convince you of what is right in front of your face, so I guess we will just have to respectfully agree to disagree.

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          2. Besides, it’s not JUST the not-so-subtle racism. It’s the whole xenophobic package that is Trump’s Wanna-be Fascist “America First” con: the zero sum trade policies, the isolationist foreign policies, the crony capitalism of government coal subsidies, the petty corruption, the sycophantic coddling of autocratic rulers, the crass name calling, the demeaning of our American institutions, the erosion of the Rule of Law and the continuous lying about it all. This isn’t conservatism, it isn’t Christian and it sure isn’t what the Republican Party the I used to vote for historically stood for. Nope, this Wanna-be Fascist Trump Party is an ugly new animal that I hope and believe that we will soon consign as a sad, but teachable moment in the dustbin of American history.

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          3. “Criticizing black football players, victimizing brown refugee families from South of the Border, banning Semitic Muslim refugees, promoting the ridiculous birther conspiracy theory against a president who happens to be black, all those “shit hole” countries, the lack of urgency for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico, and on and on and on. Yea, I know, you can rationalize all these coincidences away. Just as left wing identity politics can be excused by its ardent promoters, Trump’s acolytes can excuse his race baiting appeals because they really don’t want to face that ugliness so long as they feel their tribe is winning. Because of that, anon, and despite the fact that you seem a smart, rational and caring person, I doubt if I could ever convince you of what is right in front of your face, so I guess we will just have to respectfully agree to disagree.”

            Do you really think footballers should take a knee, not in deference and respect, but as a signal of contempt for our flag, REGARDLESS of their color? That isn’t a race issue, it is an issue of respect for the symbol of our nation and Trump was right on.
            Trump called Cruz a Canadian. That racist too? He called Marco “little”….guess he’s making fun of Island boys. And KJU “little rocket man”.

            Per “Brown south” that was answered above….
            But let’s take this further. Let’s use the same reasoning and turn it on its head. Why are people leaving “sh*thole countries”? Gosh..that’s kind of a slam against their own country, isn’t it? Don’t they want to live with brown people? Obvious racism! And the Swedes don’t come over here because they want to be around mostly white people! That brilliant genius of this rationale!
            Eh, maybe not so much? That’s essentially the argument anti-trumpers are actually making. But they can’t see it.
            Please understand how spectacularly odd it is, from my viewpoint, to claim a person with a Jewish son-in-law to be Hitler.
            At any rate, yes, you are right I don’t believe we will see eye to eye on this at all…as I am looking at actions, and you are fixated on race.

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          4. Also you are excusing horrible behavior because you’re convinced it’s a moral crucade. When is this type of behavior acceptable? Only when battling butler and his brow shirts. Supporting this sort of thing will lead to exactly the opposite of what you want to achieve. A couple of years back most of us would all agree this behavior is intolerable. Imagine a bunch of people demanding folks from Obama’s cabinet get out of a reatauabt

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          5. Butler brow shirts. In the history of autocorrect fails, few are greater than that one.
            *cough*
            Hitler. Brown. and…er, restaurant at the end there.

            Just curious, was the move of the US embassy to Jerusalem also a racist action?

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          6. Not sure that I understood all the references anon. In any event, there is a difference between someone who is a consistent ideological white suprematist and someone like Trump who uses racism and xenophobia opportunistically. Trump has no consist ideology, except self promotion.

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          7. anon,

            Just to let you know, I’m pretty agnostic about whether members of the Trump administration should be thrown or harassed out of restaurants. Trump pretty much started breaking all the rules of civility before he got elected (“lyingTed”, “crooked Hillary”, “little Marco”, “lock her up” and so on) and continues the do so daily so Trump’s acolytes look pretty hypocritical if they feel that people are shaming them for the actual human suffering Trump causes.
            Trump is an arsonist who injects himself into situations, not to be helpful, but to sew chaos, fear and hatred, so are you really surprised that sports stars are shunning the peoples’ House and people are demonstrating outrage at his unnecessarily cruel and inhuman treatment of refugees? It’s not like this is in the Democratic Party platform and fomented by Democratic leadership the way that the leader of the Trump Party acts with incivility every day.

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          8. “Just to let you know, I’m pretty agnostic about whether members of the Trump administration should be thrown or harassed out of restaurants.”

            TSalmon, you started this discussion by calling the mob chanters “peaceful” and non-existent hypothetical objectors to this mob “vigilante brownshirts”.
            That doesn’t sound very agnostic.

            “Trump pretty much started breaking all the rules of civility before he got elected (“lyingTed”, “crooked Hillary”, “little Marco”, “lock her up” and so on) and continues the do so daily so Trump’s acolytes look pretty hypocritical if they feel that people are shaming them for the actual human suffering Trump causes.”

            Politicians are generally well known for their penchant for deep and sincere civility. Politicians all go into politics expecting to not be insulted. [/sarcasm]

            I didn’t realize that insults between politicians are apparently worse than endangering lives, or any other malfeasance.

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          9. Just to add: Sometimes Trump’s statements make me cringe as well. But using insults between politicians as some carta blanche to harass anyone and everyone in his administration and/or supporters is a tactic right out of the Thought Police handbook. You’re a lawyer, think of where that carta blanche leads.

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  5. Hey Tom:

    I thought I’d post this on your most recent page for your viewing.

    Here is a real example of my point with Landry in our nation. I asked him what is sovereign in our nation, the People, President, Senators, Congressman, the Constitution? He answered God. Okay, but naturally, if Romans tells us to submit to ‘authority,’ what is this authority? In our particular country, as this pastor exhibits, the rule of law is the authority of our nation. The police officers are under the law and they ignore it. Are we required to submit to them in their position when they are not adherent to the law? The Pastor admonishes them for their rejection of the rule of law and I think he has a point. Is not the President, Senators, and congressmen under the rule of law? So, therefore, if those in government violate the law to condemn us, why is it logical we would have to submit to their judgment when they are in violation of what is sovereign in accord to our laws?

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    1. @Philip Augustine

      Thanks for the comment. That video is excellent. That pastor is doing an excellent job of demonstrating how to protest and confront those who abuse their authority. Does the Bible clearly show how the Apostle Paul used his rights as a Roman citizen in the same way?

      In fairness to the police, we ought observe that they are often in a difficult position, caught between opposing forces. The older gentleman did not strike me as hostile, but his supervisor was partisan. Not good.

      In addition, the police have to enforce some very complicated laws. The lawyers writing our legal code don’t seem to care about the virtue of keeping things as simple as possible.

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  6. “You all know by now about the assault on a swank DC Mexican Restaurant…”
    Heh, I hadn’t heard of this.
    Guess I’m the last uninformed person!
    And now I wish I could use mind bleach to forget this again….
    Been out of town visiting family. 🙂

    “WHAT IF, what if just one of those patrons had stood up, picked up his or her plate of chili rellenos, and calmly walked over to where one of the loud-mouths were standing, and face planted those chili rellenos.”

    We already know what would happen.
    The loud mouths would sue the person (after making sure the police charged him or her with assault).
    But in a (hypothetical) less litigious world that would definitely be a beautiful moment.
    On the bright side, surely this virtue-signaling-via-mob left-wing pastime will reach a critical mass and implode on itself eventually.

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    1. @anon

      You did not miss anything. It is not as if there is a shortage of self-described “tolerant” Liberal Democrats intolerantly demanding everyone believe what they believe.

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