I think it would be very comforting to live in a world without nuance and where everybody who disagrees with one's opinions can be fitted neatly into a few rigidly defined categories. I envy your ability to do so.
So you didn't care for my description of the rioter pukes as ''the Daily Kaos / Code Pink / Berkeley-Oakland-Portland wing of Occupy/BLM types - you know, the adolescent-kook America-haters of the left-coast Left''. I'm apparently unfairly placing them in a ''rigidly defined category'', rather than treating them as ''nuanced'' groups and as ''nuanced'' individuals.
Well, somehow all the riots are orchestrated and funded by the same organization (Soros), and end up the same way. Or did you think they were all spontaneous and local, and hadn't noticed they're all run from the same playbook? They use the same hate slogans, wave the same hate signs, and use the same Brownshirt tactics.
If you are able to parse out individuals and organizations, I'd be interested in seeing it. Because from here they look to be operating inside their own special Fascist echo chamber.
I also have the Democrat Media in a rigid category of their own. The Big Media outlets tend use the same talking points and coordinate with the DC Dems on a daily basis. Is it really just a coincidence they highlight the same news items, ignore the same news items, and have the same 'take' on the same news items every day - for decades on end?
I kind of liked this one, to me it shows the various news readers aren't to be trusted to even introduce an economic news story. Please let me know if you want more examples, YouTube is full of them