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1- I’ve never seen use in attacking like-minded people on the Right. As noted down in this thread 👇, the Right gets attacked enough. I might debate a pt, but only in the spirit of strengthening an overall dialog. Otherwise it’s counterproductive & a waste of energy (cont).
2- I know there are debates on the Right that are substantial. Was Rosenstein a good guy or a saboteur? Was Jeff Sessions quietly effective or all but worthless? I have opinions on these things, but generally refrain from debating b/c what’s the point? (Cont).
3- Everyone debating these things is one of the good guys imho. So I only jump in if the dialog is constructive and/or inquisitive. Otherwise, why? I care a lot more that the FBI tried to subvert an election than I do micro-arguing if Rosenstein was a hero or a goat (cont).
4- And one other point. Yes, Twitter is biased. It’s not a level playing field. But you have to fight where the battlefield is. Running to Gab to bounce around in an echo chamber doesn’t move the dial (cont).
5- So I’ll stay on Twitter so long as I can. And support my brethren on Right under the one big tent, not a bunch of small ones. Why? Because the modern Left has lost its mind. Not the true liberals, but the far Left (that difference is another thread for another day).

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