Loud and Proud – and insane. What can you do?

It’s not just the odd-balls and wackos, it’s major media outlets that propagandize the public … 

Just days after Eric Trump spat upon by waitress, WaPo publishes op-ed justifying harassment of restaurant customers over politics. Thomas Lifson – “The Washington Post is all-in on stoking the fire of public harassment of Trump supporters, denying them public accommodations. So much for civility and mutual respect.”

“If anyone is spreading hate, it is Wilkinson and spitting waitresses. The projection here is so obvious that one might think editors at the WaPo would get it, But no, the paper is part of the problem.

By publishing the self-justification of a person driven to hysteria (“the rules have changed”) The WaPo is impelling a decline of our civil order into outright open conflict all the time.

This line is also important: “When the world returns to its normal axis, these encounters will disappear.”

i get it: give power to Democrats, and restaurants will serve you ( so long as no-one hears you being critical of the Dems.

NYT Op-Ed Calls For Public Shaming Of Border Protection Agents. Chuck Ross – “In the article, Cronin-Furman proposes a public shaming campaign — which she insists is not the same as “doxxing” — in hopes of forcing border protection agents to quit their jobs. She also said her proposal would deter others from taking jobs as border agents.

Democrats have an election truther problem. Becket Adams – “For all the effort the press puts into agonizing over right-wing conspiracy mongers, it would be nice if newsrooms devoted even an ounce of that same energy to worrying about the Left’s conspiracists.

“I am talking about the Democratic election truthers. They are loud, they are proud, and they are a hell of a lot more high-profile than social media trolls. What’s more, their lunacy goes basically unchallenged by the same national reporters and commentators who have written nonstop for the last three years about the dangers of right-wing political agitprop.

Trying to rationalize these behaviors strays so far from the world of sanity that it raises concerns about just where it might end.

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