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ADL calls for Congress to do something
about hate speech on social media



December 30, 2019



DAILYKENN.com -- Let's evoke a standard leftist argument: "Don't you know what year it is?" 


Our question is for Michael Moore, the wealthy far-left film producer and perennial agitator for the left. In an age when stereotyping and profiling are considered taboo, Moore appears to have narrowed his hate to one specific group: White men who support president Trump. 

This group, Moore reportedly said, is to be feared. 


Kenn's Law # 409
When leftists hate someone, they replace the word "hate" with "fear". This transfers the shame to the person they hate, and sympathy to themselves.

Specifically, Moore said, "...because these are not good people that are walking toward you. You should be afraid of them."

The statement was made during an interview with Rolling Stone

Here's a challenge. You're walking through a city park where you come to a three-way fork in the path. You notice a group of Hell's Angels walking your direction on one of three paths. You consider the second path when you notice a group of hoodie-wearing blacks teens approaching. You then look down the third path where a group of white men wearing MAGA hats walking your way. Which path will you choose? Or will you take a seat on the park bench and watch as the three groups converge?
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