This week a woman in Louisville, Ky. was assaulted by armed rioters. Three days later, she was marked as the new face of ‘far right extremism’ by NPR.
A New York-based Muslim Brotherhood member videotaped himself urging people to infect police and military members with the virus. The media ignored it, then went gonzo on suggestions white supremacists might do the same.
Too many in the people in the media make too big a deal out of Antifa and the Alt-Right. Neither is a significant force in American political life.
Violent activists who sowed seeds of division, hindered racial harmony, and tortured real people are not worth exalting on college campuses.
Weigel’s sycophancy for a left-wing loser is not the sort of opinion that used to land him in professional trouble. But his career arc is a window in American journalism and politics.
If it is accurate to call both conservative Paul Ryan and progressive Elizabeth Warren extremists, does that mean the right thing to do is to average out their ideological differences?
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