Hate Speech
Hate Speech has been a subject of political discourse since the founding. Unfortunately, "Hate Speech" has now been established by the national Media as only a one-sided (Right) tactic. This message is regularly repeated and sadly even falsely identified as right wing hate speech (Tucson shooting of Rep. Giffords). The problem is actually non-partisan as it has always been. However, the venom being spewed by the Left is either not mentioned or obtusely justified by the national Media (Reps are racist). In the section below, to balance the message and present the true picture, we identify the "hate speech" on both sides. This page is different from the others on this site. The media outlet will usually be pointing the finger the other way. Thus, it is necessary to use "right leaning" media to identify "left wing" hate speech. And, use "left wing" media to identify "right wing" hate speech. So don't be confused when you read for example "Media Matters" on the right and the The Media Research Center on the left. It is necessary for you our reader to identify accurately the 'hate speech' sources, versus the media outlet, degrading the national political discourse. So left complaints about the right are reported on the right. Right complaints about the left are reported on the left.

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4/17/19
from The Gray Area:
4/16/19:

James Woods characterizes this tweet series properly and shines a light on the distortions of reality on the internet and social media. Let me explain.

Ben Shapiro, tweeted

and explained on his Daily Wire show, that Notre Dame "is a monument to western civilization ... and Judeo-Christian heritage". This is immediately attacked by with a Washington Post op-ed and tweet by Talia Lavin, @chick_in_kiev,, for being hateful to Muslims and part of a Islamophobic narrative on the right. Shapiro responds:

In the back and forth you see clearly several issues affecting our culture today.

1. Reading into others speech your own beliefs about them, when totally out of context to the point. Truth having been totally discounted. This drives the left's attacks on the right of racism, LGBT discrimination, bigotry, et al.

2. Then others get involved and you see the insertion of unrelated examples of right wing harassment, which is unsupported by fact, but heavily supported by media and political repetition.

3. You see the angry, vulgar, Media Matters response to Shapiro when those same people realize they were wrong about the entire episode.

4. Finally, you have someone jumping in to say, how they like your narrative and want to subscribe!?!?

To which James Woods caps the conversation properly with this:

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