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WAPO In MELTDOWN As Reporter Accuses EVERYONE Of Sexism | Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar

Krystal and Saagar give viewers updates on the Washington Post drama continuing to play out online as reporter Felicia Sonmez accuses everyone opposed to her meltdown of sexism

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  1. So let me get this correct, this Holden Foreman, Stanford Graduate, individual wrote an opinion piece about a self-perceived undiagnosed eating disorder which he felt at the time Stanford could have done a better job addressing, by creating pre-portioned meals for him to make sure he ate more than he himself decided to eat? Someone correct me if my understanding is wrong here? Wooah. This is hard to accept as rational. Maybe we as a country really do have it to good. Or maybe just not the right progressions to focus on.

  2. I finally agree with Krystal on something. That there is a concerted effort / psy-op to destroy or make the left look bad. Have you notice that in normal day-to-day interactions you cant, by law threaten to harm someone, but for some reason, people consider on the "left" of the political spectrum are consistently allowed to threat on numerous levels? The difference between Krystal's view and mine, is that I think a similar concerted effort is being used alongside persons consider "right" on the political spectrum.

  3. A 22 year old guy? Please save us. I don't give a flying fuck where he went to school. I was a real newspaper journalist for 12 years in the last century. I never found any fellow reporters who went to expensive colleges their wealthy parents could afford special.

  4. Lol, "like The Wire"… Hey, I ain't never shot me no citizen!
    Omar might actually think it was ok, after all she was just going after someone else "in the game" (of journalism).

  5. I find myself chuckling to hosts' using the phrase "woke terror". When you have are uninteresting and have nothing better to do, you make shit up. Hence, Wokism, a first-world problem for the white-collar class.

    The woke threat does not apply to people swinging hammers, restocking shelves, or basically anybody working 9-5 (i.e. real-life).

  6. There’s real consequences for doing the brave thing and calling these people out. I had leftist friends in 2017 posting “All white people are racist, fight me if you don’t like it.” I stepped up to say “you know you’re white, right? So does this not include you and your friends, or….” Got flamed to hell and back, uninvited from a wedding AND a funeral. And that was just a social scenario: I can’t imagine the stress of going through this in a work setting.

  7. I know that media is the profession of Saager and Krystal but I think they are diluting their content by fixating on covering the MSM. We know they are terrible. That is whey we are here. I would prefer more deep-digging into what threatens our society from moving forward and an examination of the forces that are driving us apart.

  8. This is a piece from Carl Jung's essay called The Plight of the Individual in Modern Society: "Everywhere in the West there are subversive minorities who, sheltered by out humanitarianism and our sense of justice, hold the incendiary torches ready, with nothing to stop the spread of their ideas except the critical reason of a single, fairly intelligent, mentally stable stratum of the population". The risk of a fire is certainly real but to push on and over come the threat breaths fresh life into that old saying "Its about the journey not the destination". It's an exciting time to be alive.

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