Heightening the contradictions.
“…we are able to move more freely and do what we need to do, whether it is illegal or not.”
“There may commence an unraveling of our national fabric.”
“what they do is often wrong in principle”
“Then he got hit.”
“…there were people on both sides who seemed ready for a fight”
“Protesters likened the police action to tactics used by white supremacists…”
“President Trump, our president, has literally betrayed the conscience of our country.”
The best cure for bad speech is …
“I think there’s blame on both sides.”
“Stop filming bro”
“there was little to no police presence breaking up the groups.”
“antifascists have granted themselves the authority to decide which Americans may publicly assemble and which may not.”
“…some even threatened to come to her house and hurt her.”
“Fourteen people had stab wounds, cuts and bruises, with two of the injured surviving critical stab wounds.”
“…it’s a totalitarian sort of mind-set”
End of discussion.
“What we’re seeing is the democratization of extremism…”
“He had his knife open, and he was pointing it at one of our guys…”
“We should be free to have a debate and to walk down the street without fear of being attacked.”
Ostracize and isolate them.
“Are you one of them neo-Nazis?”