- Mar 29, 2019
Now you're accusing me of what you're doing yourself. I haven't skitted over anything, you just continue to grandstand your false narratives, ignore the facts I provide, and refuse to discuss any topic or provide any evidence to back up your claims. Instead you just move on to your next false narrative after wasting my time. This will be the last time I bother responding to you, since you will just continue to do this forever.All you do is skirt over the matters, as diving in blows your narrative of how you are the one who is for virtue.
It is the GOP that had an actual Nazi, who was the leader of the American Nazi party, that ran for a seat.
It is the GOP that has something like 50 candidates with a pro Qanon platform. You know the 4chan sh!+post that has become the most dangerous, baseless conspiracy theory. The theory that claimed 2.5 years ago that Hillary had been arrested, on a day she was delivering a speech on her book tour in front of thousands.
But, yes you are the one for the Party who believes in facts.
Just admit that you ignore evidence that contradicts your views, so you can dwell in the fantasy of your virtuous ideology.
This is in fact a common tactic you see in discussions and debates with leftists who are incapable of defending their own arguments. Even more alarming, you can now see it frequently in congress from Democrats, who push a false narrative and then prevent witnesses from testifying so that their narrative cannot be challenged.
I have never said I support the GOP, only that they have a lot less problems than the Democrats, so you can stop straw-manning me. I've said from the start that I'll support whoever gets the job done and has the best results.
You must know very little about Q if you've fallen for one of their latest false narratives about them being some dangerous terrorist group, which itself seems odd since why would they publicly go after them if it was just some baseless conspiracy theory? The Streisand Effect is self-evident here, since even though I've come across Qanon over the years, I always wrote it off as another conspiracy theory, and only started looking into it after I saw the recent news.
According to Qanon, they believe in respecting core values of human decency, encouraging people to not trust anything and do their own research. They believe in "a right of self-determination, transparency of government. No more secrets. Transparency is the key to justice for holding those accountable for crimes against humanity at the expense of good hard working innocent people."
Doesn't sound very dangerous to me, unless you are corrupt government who wants to keep secrets and have lawlessness. I suspect there are a lot more people who consider themselves "Qanon", in the order of tens if not hundreds of millions. Their content is censored and hidden by YouTube and can't be found unless you have direct links but still manages to get tens of millions of views. One of their main podcasts which airs multiple times per day gets hundreds of thousands of views. Seems like they are just average people with good values who want to live their lives. https://www.bitchute.com/video/lAfZnGXqStMz/