The man told me it is ok to agree to disagree and I said he was dead wrong.
Because he told me Sandy Hook was fake and spouted three other ridiculous conspiracy theories.
“There is a moment when civility is no longer warranted and it starts now. I will not let you push offensive knowledge that isn’t based upon fact or rational thought as if we are having a simple disagreement.
This is not you and I debating whether you can put ketchup on a hot dog or if chunky is better than creamy.
If you believe Sandy Hook is fake, that the earth is flat and that nothing happened on January 6th you are delusional and in need of help.”
They pushed back and said I had been taken in by propaganda.
I refused to listen and said it was convenient to say that anything you dislike is fake and anything you agree with is factual.
“Toddlers do that. I am ok with two and three-year-olds figuring out what is real. That doesn’t extend to adults who push the lies you are trying to.
It is not only offensive it is dangerous to let idiotic claptrap be pushed out as having some sort of science or peer-reviewed support when no such thing exists.
There are some things upon which there is no room for disagreement and this is one of them.”