Could it be because the media spent the last week mocking QAnon, which is a group vocal about sex trafficking and global pedophilia rings? For the record, I know very little about QAnon, but I have zero trust in the way the media have portrayed their conspiracy beliefs. The people I know who mention it on social media have never once mentioned satanic cannibals or any of the most out-there belief tenets touted by MSM. Like everything labeled by the media as “conspiracy theories” nowadays, I’m sure there are some reasonable, evidence-backed, common sense explanations that expose and threaten some powerful people. However, part of their theories are clouded by a few fringe, crazy, incoherent people & ideas, which the media use to label the whole group and destroy credibility.
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Simple question – do you think all these athletes, politicians, celebrities, and media commentators parroting their required “systematic racism” lines really brings people together and heals racial divisions? Or do you think it might foment anger & protests, which makes problems more difficult to solve and increases resentment in the non-racists who make up the vast majority of American citizens? Suggestion – might it be more helpful for high-profile people to point out real life stats on police shootings and mention the indisputable facts that committing felonies and resisting arrest are almost always behind these incidents? No one disputes there is racism in certain parts of society, but by constantly screaming “racism” for situations that are clearly NOT racism or that are statistical anomalies, you destroy credibility and willingness to listen.