What if the neo-Nazis in Charlottesville were actually a very, very small group of losers who couldn’t get a girl friends or proper jobs, as discussed by Kevin D. Williamson in the National Review? What if they grazed IQ’s of 90?
What if our country had almost no neo-Nazis other than those few creeps who descended on Charlottesville?
What if the commentators on CNN and FOX and social media are making this into something bigger than it is, because they are paid to create controversy. Without controversy, they don’t have a job. With controversy, they get speaking gigs, tv appearances, and book deals. What if that was true?
What if the actions of the Moron-in-Chief added fuel to the conflict, which might have gone away on its own?
What if this controversy caused people to react emotionally? And what if those emotions led to political actions that could have benefitted from deliberation among elected representatives?
What if this conflict and emotional decisions resulted in symbolic action, which took the place of larger policy reforms that could actually help people?