Is it okay to punch a Nazi? | The Tylt
The New York Times hired, then fired writer Quinn Norton in part because she defended her friendships with actual Nazis. Many say she deserved it: American fascists are here for violence, not dialogue, and Nazis must be met with force, not friendship. The Internet has a field day of celebration whenever white supremacists get punched. But others say even fascists have free speech rights, and that stifling them sets a disturbing precedent and doesn't solve the problem. What do you think? 👊
Is it okay to punch a Nazi?
Right now the lefty-nazi-punching twitterverse is shitting itself over the NYTimes hiring Quinn Norton, the writer of the piece from the quote-tweet above.— armed bureaucrat (@mechaprimate) February 13, 2018
Roses are red— Mark Egerman (@megerman) February 14, 2018
Quinn Norton's a sucker
Next time punch the Nazi
Don't befriend that fucker.
Happy Valentine's Day to everyone except those who scold punching Nazis.
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