I mean that blog you just promoed said that Milo wasn't a piece of shit because he's married to a black man, lol, you can be done with the shit on this website without going full trumptard.
Well, my friend, you would be a shining example as to why that blog was probably created in the first place, considering that you came here saying something completely out of context and using words that weren’t even said (”Milo isn’t a piece of shit because he’s married to a black man”) and I had to hunt down the actual post to get the full story, which was this: https://the-sjw-experience.tumblr.com/post/166684260845/
And in it, they were’t claiming that Milo “wasn’t a piece of shit because he’s married to a black man”. They were discussing the “alarm fatigue” that the Tumblr SJW culture does with every horrible accusatory term, applying them to anyone and everything they don’t like or agree with, completely stripping the meaning from them, and the blog used Milo as an example of how one particular word, “Nazi”, has been ruined to have no meaning at all: How can Milo be a Nazi if he is Jewish, homosexual, and married to a black man? Three of the most despised people by Hitler?
Again, that post wasn’t arguing about whether or not Milo is a “piece of shit”. It was arguing about how negligent people are for throwing the word “Nazi” around, even at person who it can’t even be applied to because he would have been killed three times over if he had existed during the time of Nazism, when there are legitimate Neo-Nazis in the world.
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