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Do Not Fight With Your Family Over Politics on Thanksgiving

Every year around this time we see a deluge of articles from mainstream sources instructing the easily-programmed liberals who consume a steady diet of propaganda on how to argue with their “crazy Republican relatives.”

Five Thirty Eight has a handy guide:

Vox even instructed impressionable young liberals on exactly what to say on a variety of different topics:

Imagine being a Super Intelligent, Free-Thinking™️ college-educated liberal and yet still needing a Vox guide on how to debate your family members.

Their guide to the immigration topic (this was from 2015) is nothing more than an instruction manual on how to blatantly shill for Obama’s policies:

And they get mad at us for calling them NPCs but Vox’s guides depict your family members as generic archetypes, as if everyone’s uncle is the exact same person with the exact same views. You, the enlightened 21-year-old college liberal, must spread the Gospel of Obama to the troglodytes.

Again that Vox guide was from 2015, when liberals still held the White House. Their condescending arrogance was quite obvious in the Vox piece, as they felt their power was entrenched indefinitely. They were all too eager to smugly lecture their dim-witted Republican relatives.

But now, three years after they shockingly lost power to Trump, they are angry. Very angry. No longer are they seeking to preach and lecture their conservative relatives; the new name of the game is to angrily confront those who took everything from them. Their Republican relatives are now considered “Nazis,” and Thanksgiving is war.

This is what they’re saying in 2019:

“Challenge your dad to a fistfight the second time he brings up Hunter Biden.”

I feel bad for this person, whoever he is, as well as the thousands of people who liked his tweet.

They’ve been brainwashed. At some point in the past 5-6 years the media began promoting this idea that Thanksgiving is a time to get into arguments about politics with your Republican (now Nazi) relatives. You see articles and social media posts about this around this time every year. And it’s getting out of control now.

Could it be any more obvious that the Uniparty-controlled media is trying to tear American families apart over politics?

Thanksgiving is a wonderful opportunity to catch-up with your family and spend quality time around the dinner table.

You do not argue with your family about politics. You argue with strangers on the internet about politics. Family time is sacred and not to be tainted with politics.

Family transcends politics but there’s a very clear and obvious attempt underway to reverse that. Clearly the elites want political affiliation to be more important than blood.

This is utterly evil and it goes to show that their treachery knows no bounds. There is no wholesome institution or tradition they will not attempt to undermine and poison. They do not take holiday breaks.

Do not spend your Thanksgiving bickering with your relatives about politics. You will never change their minds anyway. I’ve changed my mind about a great many things over the past few years and none of them were caused by someone DESTROYING me in an argument.

Thanksgiving is a holiday where Americans eat, drink and be merry. The annual tradition of everyone coming together strengthens family bonds, which in turn strengthen the country itself. It is a wonderful thing, and it would be a shame if the one day per year most American families spend together is wasted arguing about politics.

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