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Every Conservative Must Learn from Nick Sandmann’s Example

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There was a little movement that sprung up a few years ago called Gamergate. It was a response by video game fans to feminists who attempted to drive straights, whites, and males out of video gaming through shame, blame, and lies. You know — normal leftist shame mongering.

What made Gamergate special is that for the first time, someone stood up to feminist cry bullies and refused to apologize and refused to make way for them. It was beautiful. Not only did the gamers win the right to keep their hobby, but they boycotted game review sites out of business that employed the people who were trying to shame them out of gaming. Gamergate crushed its mealy-mouthed accusers by refusing to back down.

The message of Gamergate was ‘I know I don’t have hate in my heart — and I’m not going to let you insult me out of doing what I enjoy.’

The beauty of it is that the movement served as a model for how to beat left-wing shame-slinging slander-monkeys. Now, here’s where it gets interesting: there are some who believe that Gamergate paved the way for the MAGA movement.

Now we have another example of someone who’s standing up — 16-year-old Nick Sandmann — the smiling MAGA hat clad boy from the Covington fiasco. He knows he did nothing wrong, and he isn’t backing down to the shame mongers.

We say “Good for you, young man. You stay strong! We support you.”

Here’s Greg Gutfeld with more on this story.

~ Liberty Video News


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