Ultra-left Sudanese journalist Nesrine Malik seemingly celebrated violence against Trump supporters in a new video for The Guardian.
Malik says that when alt-right figure Richard Spencer was punched while giving an interview in the street, it was a “cathartic moment” for many.
She then goes on to say that “reasoned debate” is no longer sufficient when dealing with people she considers “racists and misogynists”.
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The left-wing “journalist” adds she wants people to “go high” and debate with those on the right and “be the bigger party” because that “produces results”.
So, kinda like how Trump supporters weren't violent, didn't riot and dealt with left-wing fascists with their words and not their fists? See where that got them? Oh yes, victory. What did the left do? The opposite.
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“Would I encourage people to go around punching Nazis? No,” Malik adds. “But I will also not condemn them for doing so. The punch was a calling out after a time where too many things were not called out for what they really are.”
It's really gross how she throws around the word “Nazi” to describe people with differing views. And people online seem to agree. At the time of this posting, Malik's video has 685 down-votes and only 129 up-votes.
The top-rated comment on her video reads, “The only ones I see going low are the leftist marxists who are in the streets assaulting people who have differing opinions.” That sums everything up perfectly.
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