Fox Information Can't Forestall Doing Stale & Dumb 'Left The Left' Segments

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Date: September 5, 2022

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48 thoughts on “Fox Information Can't Forestall Doing Stale & Dumb 'Left The Left' Segments

  1. They are either SJW’s themselves that tripped up the wire, OR they are hacks lookin to break bread (as amazing Lucas puts it regarding “conservative” pundits).

  2. Also, isn't this a bit one sided?
    You are asking the left to be nice to you in the age of Trump, feminist cringe compilations and 4chan meme culture? You must be fucking joking

  3. The dude claimed only liberals exist on college campuses. I would be thrilled if that were true, but it’s just not. More liberals? Sure. But there are a good chunk of conservatives, sad though that is.

  4. That guy is apparently, so dislikeful of the left he turned right. That’s so stupid. I’ve seen a lot of people who legitimately don’t like the left, but lean left, and would never go, I’m right wing now. Princeton…duncetown now.

  5. No one is saying you are an idiot for being on the right but you are being totally without empathy or an understanding of how to build a happy and healthy society.

  6. I don’t get why people say that their are no conservatives on college campuses or that their is no intellectual/ideological diversity. It’s not like I’ve seen people from Turning Point USA, Democratic Socialists of America, Young Dems, College Republicans or anything about religious and non religious student organizations; nope not at all!

  7. Being intolerant of intolerance is also intolerance. Let people dislike people that are different from them. That’s their right. If they act on those feelings, then that’s a deferent story.

  8. While Kyle is right that ideas should be what people follow, sometimes messengers can change people's political beliefs. I believe it was in the documentary of the 80's, BERKELEY IN THE 60'S, were one of he women say that one of there failures was getting the working class on board with them. I think this is true now. While Kyle might think it makes no sense, it is just the way it is. For example, in the70's, a white woman who was liberal, and was for black equal rights in our society, a just cause, was not so much for it any more when her children were attacked by some black people. Perhaps this guy at Princeton should know better, and who knows if he is really honest that he voted for Hillary.

  9. Good segment Kyle. I'll say it, just because you're too polite to: I'd bet money that this guy, and all of the people playing the same game, are straight up grifting and looking for payouts from right-wing sugar daddies.

  10. You're right when you say that just because the left is a bunch of douche bags, doesnt mean their idealogy is incorrect, but the fact that their douche bags, it makes you want to be a douche bag back.

    Thats why people are leaving the left. Want to be a dick? Enjoy your student loan debts, high medical cost, and those scary guns.

  11. Of course independent voters don't equate with the center. I was one my whole life, but I became a Democrat to vote against Hillary. But, I agree with this guy, because I think the Republicans do need to move to the left. If the Republican Party were to move to the left, all those blue dog Democrats that keep the corporatists in the Democratic party alive, would have no problem becoming Republican. Then the outcome for the Democratic Party would be a more Progressive one.

  12. I think the hedgefund nerds who like to sink countries currencies and stock markets are affecting our education system to get educaters and students to believe in ideas that will drive us to spend, increase taxes, borrow, repeat until until they can tank our economy as best they can to make trillions of dollars overnight. It's what George Soros has done before and it seems like we're being targeted now along with European countries.

  13. let's make the gun clubs and the churches across America become 50/50 left & right split.

    God I'd hate to ever set foot that shit hole of a country – hopefully Trump will built a wall and stop and more of you lot gettinng out and coming near our kids.

  14. In any other context, this man, by virtue of his name, accent and skin colour, would have been ignored or even vilified by Fox. But because of this 'left the left' bullshit, he's propped up as a poster boy – ohhh look at our BROWN friend, we have BROWN friends too!!!

  15. I completely agree with you, but unfortunately for many politics is just about personal feelings. They don't understand that politics is SUPPOSED to be about policy, as you said. They have a fundamentally different understanding of it than we do. I think we should try to reach out to these people though, not push them away if possible. Maybe you should talk to him if he asks. I think we would agree with a lot of the concerns he has btw – such as censorship concerns and a lack of acceptance of diverging opinions. I think many people do get pushed away from the Left by seeing BLM protests, or protestors shouting down speakers at public events. They think that they aren't welcome, that they won't be represented.

    Of course we know this is a separate phenomena from policy, but the Right does a great job of conflating the actions of a few bad actors in the activist movements with the Left as a whole. They get people to focus on these things, rather than policy. That's why we shouldn't just dismiss his concerns, because his concerns are partly fueled by the Right, and their strategy to make the Left all about a caricature of what it really is by showing the most extreme and stupid people out there. I think this is also the reason we feel the need to fight back against foolish / silly SJWs ourselves – because they're poisoning the well.

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