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May 16, 2022 - 11:47am
Sequoia, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Nope, it was the product of left wing divisiveness. The far left's toxicity is disguised under making society more 'fair' but only seeks to push us further apart. Small example:

My younger cousin is in high school. You know what the teacher did? She separated every ethnic group by race (Indian / white / black / asian / latino) as part of a teaching exercise in history class. Wtf? When I was a kid, I never looked at my Latino friend as 'my Latino friend', I just looked at him as my friend. This type of exercise is supposedly well-intentioned but only serves to remind us of our differences vs. our similarities.

In the intention of being 'woke', the left is fostering this divisiveness in order to create greater tension / rage because this motivates voters. Well aware that it takes two to tango and the right wing is not exempt from also stoking these tensions but the genesis of this has been the left for at least a decade now

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May 16, 2022 - 11:51am
dapp43758, what's your opinion? Comment below:

It's product of right-wing, despotic racism. All the racism I experience in my life was in conservative, right-wind environments such as Catholic elementary school and Jesuit all-boys high school. However, as soon I got to my liberal college, I never experience any prejudice and was treated with respect.

May 16, 2022 - 2:39pm
PeRmAnEnTiNtErN, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I sorry if you were the victim of any hate crimes that held you back in your life.  We should continue to make the world a better place and should work to equality for all, but I think to say that racism is limited to one party, due to your experience with it during one period of your life is a bit misleading. 

Highschool is already a very weird place for a lot of people and I am sure that bullying/harassments is only amplified in a all-boys school, but to say that racism doesn't exist else where I think would be putting a very limited view of where hate and malicious intentions can come from. I mean you cannot conclusively say if you went to a public school you would not experience the same thing. On the other hand, College can often be a very eye opening experience for a lot of people (not to mention a stage of maturing in life) and I would be willing to bet that a more mature environment often can reduce a lot of bad behaviors when people actually think about repercussions of actions.  

All I am trying to say is that if we want to keep alienating people, based on political views, race, status, etc. then you are going to having more fringe people out in the world potentially doing harmful things.  

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May 16, 2022 - 5:44pm
PrivateTechquity 🚀GME🚀, what's your opinion? Comment below:

dapp43758

It's product of right-wing, despotic racism. All the racism I experience in my life was in conservative, right-wind environments such as Catholic elementary school and Jesuit all-boys high school. However, as soon I got to my liberal college, I never experience any prejudice and was treated with respect.

Newsflash you low-effort buffoon. Understand that your your personal anecdotes are meaningless to the facts of both this case and reality at large. Directly from the shooter's manifesto: 

"conservatism is corporatism in disguise, I want no part of it" 

"When I was 12 I was deep into communist ideology, talk to anyone from my old highschool and ask about me and you will hear that. From age 15 to 18 however, I consistently moved farther to the right. On the political compass I fall in the mild-moderate authoritarian left category, and I would prefer to be called a populist."

The shooter is a self-identified leftist that is vocally anti-conservative and previously identified with the communist ideology. He supposedly goes on to describe himself as an eco-terrorist according to some reports, but I have not read the entire document myself so I can't confirm that's the case. 

Now, a history lesson on actual despotic racism in the US:

  • What political group championed eugenics and racial purity? Progressives in the late 19th and early 20th century. In fact, there is strong historical support that points to Hitler being inspired by progressive American eugenicists. You will see this exact same type of rhetoric used by Democrats to describe minorities throughout the 20th century. If not from a deliberately degrading perspective, then from that of the bigotry of low expectations - e.g. "They can't help it because X race is inherently stupid, immoral, criminal, etc. and needs our help to stop being this way."

Supporters of eugenics argued the public good required removing from the population genes thought to cause low intelligence, or immoral, criminal or anti-social behavior. Beginning with Connecticut in 1896, states passed laws requiring medical exams before issuing marriage licenses to make sure the unfit did not reproduce. 

  • What party founded the KKK and wielded it to suppress minorities, primarily black people, throughout the country for decades? Democrats.

Historian Eric Foner observed: "In effect, the Klan was a military force serving the interests of the Democratic party, the planter class, and all those who desired restoration of white supremacy. Its purposes were political, but political in the broadest sense, for it sought to affect power relations, both public and private, throughout Southern society. It aimed to reverse the interlocking changes sweeping over the South during Reconstruction: to destroy the Republican party's infrastructure, undermine the Reconstruction state, reestablish control of the black labor force, and restore racial subordination in every aspect of Southern life. To that end they worked to curb the education, economic advancement, voting rights, and right to keep and bear arms of blacks. The Klan soon spread into nearly every Southern state, launching a reign of terror against Republican leaders both black and white. Those political leaders assassinated during the campaign included Arkansas Congressman James M. Hinds, three members of the South Carolina legislature, and several men who served in constitutional conventions."

Southern laws were enacted in the late 19th and early 20th centuries by white Southern Democrat–dominated state legislatures to disenfranchise and remove political and economic gains made by African Americans during the Reconstruction period. Jim Crow laws were enforced until 1965.

  • What party has the record for the longest filibuster, which was trying to prevent the Civil Rights Act? Democrats led by Strom Thurmond.

In an unsuccessful attempt to prevent the bill's passage, Thurmond filibustered the bill, speaking for a total of 24 hours and 18 minutes, the longest filibuster ever conducted by a single senator.

  • What party in 2020 put forth on the ballet in California the repealing of the Civil Rights era bans on racial discriminatory hiring practices? Democrats.

Despite its undisputed success, the measure is under attack from California's far-left state legislature. Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 5 would ask voters to repeal the landmark protection against discrimination.

  • What party in the modern day makes literally every single issue about race? Democrats, just turn on the TV.

You desperately need to open a book, this is pathetic. 

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May 16, 2022 - 7:18pm
yopierre, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Yeah so this is obviously 100% wrong because racism and white nationalism existed before being "woke", and so have the acts of terrorism that are associated with those harmful ideologies. In fact, being "woke" was one of the many responses to the implicit and explicit biases and wrong-doings in this nation, and you think that's what caused the divisiveness? Not the far-right political pundits like Carlson spewing racist propaganda to millions of Americans to sow chaos for political leverage? The cherry on top is how you used an anecdotal classroom experience to somehow justify that a mass-killing was caused by people being "woke"

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May 16, 2022 - 11:50am
cryptocapital, what's your opinion? Comment below:

What a garbage take, this is exactly why Elon is buying Twitter. Disagreement is shut down by being called some '-ist' word. If it was up to the left, we'd be living in a totalitarian state where you literally cannot disagree with consensus unless you want your entire life to be blown up. This is far more dangerous than anything the right wing is doing

May 16, 2022 - 4:30pm
IncomingIBDreject, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Lol Elon is a businessman. He's doing it to make money.

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May 16, 2022 - 9:04pm
tall_investor, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Let's think about the ways this makes him money:

a) he backs out of the deal to make pennies of profit (relative to his wealth) on the shares he bought before tendering an offer for the whole company. The SEC legitimately jumps down his throat as this wasn't him tweeting Tesla, this was a full blown legitimate offer that shifted the value of Twitter by billions. Huge legal implications. Terrible look for him. Horrible take

b) he runs Twitter which while it has started to produce profit, is not a cashflow machine whatsoever

Elon bought this because he is sick and tired of the left dogma perpetuated on Twitter, all social media platforms, and really on the internet as a whole (and society). You think this man really cares to invest in something like Twitter to make money? To tender a takeover offer to make money? He has clearly been able to produce far more profit investing in himself/things he creates and being the sole owner from the start. Buying a pre-existing company offers fractions of the returns of being an early investor in something you start. With his resources, mind, and connections, he can and will start more companies that will outearn Twitter even if he owns it for the rest of his life.

Terrible take.

May 16, 2022 - 11:52am
papertiger, what's your opinion? Comment below:

See this is why I had minimal white kids as friends during childhood you never know how they blossom. 

The Ashkenazi Jews who look white but aren't part of the white brotherhood are good but the WASPY kids ? Hell no.

In retrospect, I am mighty proud of my racist selective socializing. East Asians, some Indians, a Jew and a few Middle Easterners, a few Russians.

If I had a child I'd tell him to do the same.

White male youth scare me. Never know when they might go on some mentally deranged mass shooting rampage. Ticking time bombs. If I see a young white guy I just walk away. If he's Jewish no worries if he's Christian and has a pick-up truck huge nope.

May 16, 2022 - 9:05pm
tall_investor, what's your opinion? Comment below:

How is what you're saying any different from racially profiling anyone else?

What if I told my kids to avoid black kids as they become criminals? Honestly. Insanity.

The guy who shot up Buffalo is insane and deserves everything they throw at him, but divisiveness and blame and collective guilt in our society has led to this and will continue to lead to this until it calms. The solution is not further "other-izing" young, white men, telling them the world's problems is their fault and they are privileged while they grow up in an environment where they are told the future is female on a daily basis and when applying to anything worth applying to, they face higher testing standards and fewer spots for them.

May 16, 2022 - 9:19pm
papertiger, what's your opinion? Comment below:

tall_investor

How is what you're saying any different from racially profiling anyone else?

What if I told my kids to avoid black kids as they become criminals? Honestly. Insanity.

The guy who shot up Buffalo is insane and deserves everything they throw at him, but divisiveness and blame and collective guilt in our society has led to this and will continue to lead to this until it calms. The solution is not further "other-izing" young, white men, telling them the world's problems is their fault and they are privileged while they grow up in an environment where they are told the future is female on a daily basis and when applying to anything worth applying to, they face higher testing standards and fewer spots for them.

Well this is something you need to learn to live with thanks to your forefathers.

Whites adulterated the world more than any group in recent times. Your Germanic tribe forefathers from North and West Europe colonized the world during the Age of Exploration and siphoned wealth and power to nations at the cost of Blacks Browns and other races.

It is natural for there to be much pent up anger against the sons of Germanic tribes. 

Great achievements of the sons of Germanic tribes:

1. Industrial scale genocide (Aushwitz)

2. Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade 

3. Decimation of Native Americans alias Indians of USA

4. Decimation of Mayans, Incas, Aztecs and other Indians thanks to smallpox importation from Europe

5. Creation of violence in Middle East from drawing the borders around people who hate each other and putting them together despite their internal differences (Sykes-Picot, Andurand Line in Afghanistan)

6. Segregation in South Africa

7. Treatment of people of Aboriginal tribes in Australia

8. Stereotypes of East Asians

Wakey wakey, maybe some like you for your facial features here or radiating skin glow but you are a mostly hated lot by all other groups and much of this is due to what your forefathers have done.

As for why many flock to white nations ? Simple. Money. If they loved you so much they'd assimilate right, but even that's not happening with black and brown ghettoes across the nations created by Germanic tribe descendants. 

May 16, 2022 - 9:31pm
papertiger, what's your opinion? Comment below:
Ergo Clears

I'd be mad at white men too if I was asian and my women were constantly fucking white men. Go on, lad, get it all out.

This is actually a misconception.

1 billion Indians live in India and 1 billion Chinese live in China.

Given how very few white people populate India and China, there are a minimum of 2 billion Asians who fuck other - Asians.

May 16, 2022 - 11:46pm
SafariJoe, what's your opinion? Comment below:

papertiger

See this is why I had minimal white kids as friends during childhood you never know how they blossom. 

The Ashkenazi Jews who look white but aren't part of the white brotherhood are good but the WASPY kids ? Hell no.

In retrospect, I am mighty proud of my racist selective socializing. East Asians, some Indians, a Jew and a few Middle Easterners, a few Russians.

If I had a child I'd tell him to do the same.

White male youth scare me. Never know when they might go on some mentally deranged mass shooting rampage. Ticking time bombs. If I see a young white guy I just walk away. If he's Jewish no worries if he's Christian and has a pick-up truck huge nope.

Omg, I am speechless.

SafariJoe, wins again!
May 16, 2022 - 12:10pm
financeabc, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Most importantly, the dude is probably mentally ill.  White supremacists were marginalized prior to Trump taking office.  He encouraged an environment that made espousing white supremacist views more acceptable.  Ironically, Trump is not even a conservative but many politicians affiliated with the republican party were and still are afraid to take a view that is in opposition to him.  Trump's rhetoric which is magnified by right wing media, has a a great influence on people like this shooter.  Left wing media and rhetoric is also bad but that is not the issue in this situation.  

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May 16, 2022 - 4:19pm
PeRmAnEnTiNtErN, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I just want to preface this, that I am coming from this at a point of view of actual curiosity and trying to have a conversation.  

So you say Trump encouraged an environment that made espousing white supremacist views more acceptable.  White supremacists were marginalized prior to Trump taking office. Do you think that white supremacist views have been marginalized with the new administration? / If not, do you think we ever move back to a pre trump era?  

May 16, 2022 - 5:46pm
financeabc, what's your opinion? Comment below:
PeRmAnEnTiNtErN

I just want to preface this, that I am coming from this at a point of view of actual curiosity and trying to have a conversation.  

So you say Trump encouraged an environment that made espousing white supremacist views more acceptable.  White supremacists were marginalized prior to Trump taking office. Do you think that white supremacist views have been marginalized with the new administration? / If not, do you think we ever move back to a pre trump era?  

There were many things that Trump did and said, that were like ear candy for disenfranchised less educated white people.  I am not really sure what the current administration has done not done regarding this issue.  I do not follow it very closely.  I would say that as long as conservative media and republicans continue to align themselves with Trump, my guess is that we will not be going to back to the pre trump era any time soon.  

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May 16, 2022 - 12:33pm
Certified banking boy, what's your opinion? Comment below:

What a false statement. The Republican Party isn't great by any means, but you sound retarded trying to say the Republican Party had anything to do with it (oops I said retarded). Who's the party that bases everything off race? The left. Literally all democrats care about is judging someone based off race. Stop overanalyzing a situation for what it is. The dude was clearly messed up in the head and I doubt his political affiliation had anything to do with the fucked up shit he did

May 16, 2022 - 1:01pm
dapp43758, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Republicans talk about race all the time, they're just cryptic about it. Literally all the states that held slaves are majority conservative and republicans and Tucker and Trump divisive, vitriolic and reductionistic bullshit fosters people like the buffalo killer. Seriously, all the racism I ever experienced in my life has been from conservatives.

May 16, 2022 - 1:22pm
financeabc, what's your opinion? Comment below:
dapp43758

Republicans talk about race all the time, they're just cryptic about it. Literally all the states that held slaves are majority conservative and republicans and Tucker and Trump divisive, vitriolic and reductionistic bullshit fosters people like the buffalo killer. Seriously, all the racism I ever experienced in my life has been from conservatives.

In their twisted minds, they think that liberals are racists. I grew up in area with lots of racism and antisemitism.  Just about everyone of them was a conservative.  There is overlap with a lack of education and biased views, though.   These people were not educated nor did they have any intention of becoming educated.  With the exception of some older folks, most liberal people I know are not racists. With that said, my circle of friends, business associates and acquaintances is a pretty homogenous group.  I may not be familiar with the liberals who are biased.  

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May 16, 2022 - 1:21pm
AspiringNYCmonkey, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I'm legitimately curious of what you get out of commenting on this forum. Your threads seem to have nothing to do with finance except hating on the field and belittling the people in it and then you just create weird political threads. Seems odd

May 16, 2022 - 1:25pm
MonkeyNoise, what's your opinion? Comment below:

The shooting was absolutely awful, and shows what online radical echo chambers can lead to (ex: 4chan). But the guy was a self admitted leftist, and while you can point the finger at some of the talking points on the right he believed in, you can also point to as many on the left 

Sad thing is this guy was reported to the feds previously and nothing happened. Sounds preventable. 

May 16, 2022 - 5:12pm
SirAxwell, what's your opinion? Comment below:

love this thought process and the mental fucking gymnastics it took to get there. Shooter was a self-admitted leftist, in a thread about fuck conservatives because (insert obtuse reason). But it wasn't his leftist ideology, it was most definitely his "conservative predilection", whatever the fuck that means. Predilection doesn't even really make sense in your sentence, at least use your dictionary correctly when attempting to use 10 cent words mate. Do you even read the shit you're typing?

May 16, 2022 - 4:58pm
Kevin25, what's your opinion? Comment below:

do you think if Republican Party wasn't talking about it, nobody would notice that white population is proportionally diminishing? the issue exists whether you talk about it or not. and there will be people who will try to use wrong solutions to the problem, i.e. kill black people instead of raising your big white family.

May 16, 2022 - 5:08pm
dapp43758, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Why is it an issues if the white population is decreasing. The black population is decreasing - abs I don't blame that on white people but rather dysfunction aspects within subsets of the black community. The main reason the white population decreasing is because white people aren't having kids. It isn't any other demographics fault.

May 16, 2022 - 5:28pm
Kevin25, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I said proportionally, i.e. as a percent of total. it's partially because white people have less kids and partially because of race mixing. it's perceived as an issue by some people because there is an idea that once you're a minority, it's more difficult to keep a good position in society.

May 16, 2022 - 5:24pm
papertiger, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Dapp is 100% on the money. The whole media is pinning Tucker Carlson who is the Jesus and Messiah of Right-Wing media as he first covered the Critical Replacement Theory which the shooter alluded too.

Dapp, the only reason you're getting shat on is because most members of this forum align with the shooter's views and share his concerns.

Stay strong brotha. Don't let the voices of the hordes crush you. One can yell a red car is blue loudly many times over and over again, but that doesn't change the absolute truth. 

May 16, 2022 - 6:01pm
Frieds, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Can I ask you an honest question? I want you to think about the shooting of Steve Scalise back in 2017. A guy by the name of James Hodgkinson shot up a baseball field where Republican lawmakers were practicing for an upcoming charity softball game. So you can see I'm being neutral, I'm linking to a CNN story about the guy. Hodgkinson was left-leaning, anti-Republican, and after the 2016, aggressively Anti-Trump as well. His politics defined his life, and when his political anger came out it was directed at the right. His ideology was heavily influenced by the likes of Rachel Maddow and other left leaning TV. He was an ardent Sanders supporter and volunteered to help on the campaign. By the time Hodgskinson attempted to kill Scalise and co, his views were ideologically in line with Maddow, Sanders, and other liberal influencers. Yet, at no time, did we place any blame for the shooting the Maddows and Sanders who shaped Hodgkinson's ideological bent to the point that he would do this. However, when the story shifts and it's someone commiting a crime in the name of "Right Wing" ideology (or percieved right wing ideology as the case is), we immediately castigate anyone who might even remotely be associated with it (ex. Tucker Carlson, Trump) regardless of the actual facts. Can you explain why that is? Can you explain why we give Maddow a free pass despite Hodgkinsons's views lining up perfectly with Maddow but vilify Carlson something that may not actually mesh with the shooter's ideological bent? 

Now, before you think I'm asking because I fall on one side or the other, I'm asking because it's a fair point to evaluate. The OP's response is indicative of an ideological bent that says "the right is wrong" no matter what. Even blaming Tucker and Trump despite ignoring what has been posted here about the Buffalo shooter's manifesto implies a willingness to blindly accept that one side is wrong no matter what. Even your response, which states that meerly aluding to a theory is enough to lay the entire blame on, shows that blind acceptance of one side is right and the other is wrong. By that logic, should we have blamed Rachel Maddow and Bernie Sanders for the actions of Hodgkinson? And if we shouldn't have, what makes Maddow "privilaged" and Tucker worthy of castigation? 

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May 16, 2022 - 6:25pm
papertiger, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Both are wrong, but the issue is we've seen more violent right wing activity than left. A lot of it is soft violence too.

Also the Capitol Hill incident is proof that Right Wing Americans are another level of mania. 

Proud Boys, Anti-Abortion, a diplomat and that too the highest rung diplomat Trump calling Covid the China Virus, Capitol Hill issue, the black on Asian violence in NYC.

This country has gone morally, socially, conscious wise as well. The only thing keeping it in place is the institutions and systems of checks and balances and strong state and central government systems. If those failed too this place wouldn't be any different from a White, Christian, vast concrete jungle version of Pakistan or Afghanistan.

May 16, 2022 - 6:49pm
financeabc, what's your opinion? Comment below:
dapp43758

@financeabc and @papertiger are the only ones speaking with a modicum of honesty and integrity; they get it!

Thanks but mentioning my name is not going to help me here, haha.  WSO is a pretty conservative place and I would rather be talking about investments/the economy but sometimes I get caught up in this political garbage.  Trump's slogan make America Great again was crucial to his success, as many of his followers heard it as Make America White again  Ironically, on WSO, some of Trump's most enthusiastic supporters are not even white

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May 16, 2022 - 7:24pm
yopierre, what's your opinion? Comment below:

The people in the comments using a racism-fueled, mass-murder to somehow criticize liberal politics is insane. Proof than an education does not make you smart, and that many of you cannot think critically. I hope that at least one of you can self-reflect and think how horrible it is for you to speak of a tragedy like this.

May 16, 2022 - 7:55pm
Frieds, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Simple summary - he declares he's a leftist in his manifesto. He described himself as a "left-wing authoritarian" and "populist", called crypto and bitcoin scams, was all for central planning, environmentalism, and against corporate profits/greed and exploitation at the hands of the 1%. As far as conservatism goes, he included some bit on how "conservatism is corporatism in disguise". Supposedly, there's a section called "CONSERVATISM IS DEAD, THANK GOD" in his manifesto. Does that help clear it up? 

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May 16, 2022 - 11:46pm
yopierre, what's your opinion? Comment below:

These guys are playing mental gymnastics- trying to categorize him politically so they can act like they are not responsible. But the truth is the racist rhetoric that encourages hate like this comes from one side of the American political spectrum. It's horrible how such a tragedy could happen, and their immediate internal response is "what can we find about this person so we can distance ourselves from him", and not "how can we prevent a tragedy like this from every happening". Genuinely horrible people

May 16, 2022 - 7:57pm
PEarbitrage, what's your opinion? Comment below:

As opposed to the entire point of this thread?

Also as opposed to everyone who immediately jumps on "one more gun control law would have prevented this" bandwagon?

May 16, 2022 - 11:46pm
yopierre, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Because gun control makes it harder for people to get guns and do things like this? You think it's a coincidence that we have such a gun violence problem and also the least gun control compared to other rich nations? We've had so many shootings that obviously we need some reform. Over 1.4 million Americans have died from firearms since 1968, including suicides and accidents. Guns are literally a public health epidemic. Also, the point of this thread before even saying anything about gun control was how the talking points of the American right literally have been used by extremists to justify terrorist attacks- like the "replacement theory" in this one.

May 16, 2022 - 7:30pm
Drumpfy, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I generally take the liberal side of the debate on this forum but I disagree with you on this.  The kid was 18, white nationalists have their ways of reaching impressionable young people independent of the Republican Party and Fox News.  For example an interest in video games, anime, cryptocurrencies, etc. may have led this kid to go on 4chan or 8chan and discover all these fucked up beliefs.  Who hasn't seen a racist idiot on a video game lobby?

May 16, 2022 - 7:38pm
Frieds, what's your opinion? Comment below:

If I recall, it's been reported that the kid actually said he said he found these corners of the internet and developed these views during the pandemic. So yeah... this clearly wasn't a case of "Fox News" gone wrong.

May 16, 2022 - 11:46pm
yopierre, what's your opinion? Comment below:

If the GOP is pushing the same theories, then they are giving legitimacy and fuel to these extremist views. They are setting up a pipeline where someone could hear about these insanely racist theories, and further "investigate" them and go down a rabbit hole of even worse stuff. If Tucker is talking about replacement theory on a segment and people are looking it up after, do you really think that social media algos aren't going to pick that up and deliver even worse stuff? Even if someone consumes extremist content without going through the GOP channels, the GOP has made the extremist content more popular (increasing the chance of anyone finding it) and has given credibility to the same sources. You say "who hasn't seen a racist idiot on a video game lobby", who do you think is manufacturing and emboldening these racist idiots?

May 16, 2022 - 11:46pm
PEarbitrage, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Have mainstream right media given light to some of this stuff? Sure, but you completely ignore what goes on in the left.  Completely made up interpertations of what happened in the George Zimmerman case by left leaning media outlets lead to 3 days of riots and almost a billion dollars in property damage. Turn out most of the information that people like Maddow gave about the situation was obfuscated, intentionally misrepresented, or outright lies.  But that's not the scary right wing boogeyman narriative so it gets a pass.  

May 16, 2022 - 11:46pm
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  • Rothschild (= =) 98.3%
  • Evercore (= =) 97.9%

Professional Growth Opportunities

June 2022 Investment Banking

  • Jefferies & Company (▲04) 99.6%
  • Lincoln International (▲04) 99.2%
  • RBC Capital Markets (▲09) 98.8%
  • Houlihan Lokey (▲07) 98.4%
  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch (▲04) 98.0%

Total Avg Compensation

June 2022 Investment Banking

  • Director/MD (9) $661
  • Vice President (37) $394
  • Associates (189) $246
  • 2nd Year Analyst (115) $162
  • 3rd+ Year Analyst (17) $156
  • 1st Year Analyst (365) $150
  • Intern/Summer Associate (77) $148
  • Intern/Summer Analyst (288) $91