I reciprocate your sighs.
First of all, I just want to say that the ableist slurs are entirely unnecessary.
Beyond that, I find it funny that you complain about me being unable to defend my position on its merits while simultaneously ignoring virtually everything I said (yet still trying to stuff as many words into my mouth as you can fit).
I very much agree that Trudeau's statement is fairly reductive and unhelpful, however, in the strictest sense of the word, it is accurate. To say someone is standing with Nazi's is not saying that they are Nazis. That is your own words and biases interpreting Trudeau objectively incorrectly.
In my opinion, there is very much a legitimate conversation to be had regarding the close ties between the convoy and the extremist actions, views and groups. There should be a point in which the whole thing becomes tainted, and refusing to even have that conversation, in my opinion, enables extremism.
"there is very much a legitimate conversation to be had regarding the close ties between the convoy and the extremist actions." What would, within the confines of what has been a completely peaceful protest, also known as objective reality, be the ties that you consider to be most closely associated to extremist actions?
- "If you have the heart of a true winner, you can always get more pissed off than some other asshole."