Beamer wrote on Feb 11, 2021, 18:10:
I swear, more conservatives call hate, ignorance, and racism "conservative values" than liberals do. We see it here. "We don't know who she voted for, but Hollywood doesn't allow conservatives."
No, we don't know who she voted for. But we do know she doesn't believe in masks (which is ignorance), that she mocked transexuals (which is hate), and that she downplayed the Holocaust (which is racism.)
We don't know her views on taxation, or which powers the Federal government should have and which belong to states, or on trade agreements. But knowing she feared science, feared people unlike her, and enjoyed making herself a victim was all it took for one of the conservatives here to defend her as a conservative. That's what the GOP now stands for, even in the eyes of its own members.
I was thinking that too. What actor has ever been even criticised for being in favour of tax cuts and a smaller government? It's weird how quick "conservatives" are happy to say conservatives are being censored when a white-nationalist gets kicked off Twitter for racism or calling for violence.