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Justin Hill (r), a member of the right wingnut cult of the victim:
The Lincoln Project
Sucks to be an insurrectionist.
4:21 PM · Jan 14, 2021
Some of the comments:
You just knew Missouri state rep Justin Hill would finally get the praise he deserves.
Calling it ‘cancel culture’ when good people refuse to stand silently by while you work to destroy the country allows you to pretend that you didn’t wreck your own life.
Your life is still wrecked, though.
They are always the victims. Always. An entire political movement built partially on a refusal to take personal responsibility for anything, to feel constantly ignored, put upon, persecuted. They are addicted to feeling like victims.
What he is referring to as ‘cancel culture’ is more accurately ‘consequences culture.’ In other words, your actions, who you support, and what you say have consequences, and sometimes they may not be to your liking. This is also called “adult culture.”
What happened to personal responsibility?
Cancel Culture is the GOP wanting to cancel the election and disenfranchise millions of voters.
Why should this be surprising to this guy? I wouldn’t knowingly do business with a Nazi, a KKK member, etc. You either believe in markets & capitalism or you don’t. The market is solving the problem. Now let’s hope this post goes viral and he loses even more business.
We feel for you, snowflake.
“Cancel culture” is a funny way of spelling “consequences of actions.”
I’m not understanding the correlation. How is firing your insurance agent for insurrection “cancel culture”?
You take the ride, you pay the price.
It’s almost as if siding with insurrectionists to overthrow the legitimate government of the United States makes you unpopular or something. That’s so unfair.
I’m old enough to remember when people like that used to complain that the problem with society today is that young people today are growing up without rules and consequences.
He literally took part in trying to cancel the votes of 81,283,485 people, 51.4% of votes cast.
Who would want to do business with an American traitor?
Cancel culture? Maybe simply principled customers with freedom to choose where they spend their money.
It’s not cancel culture. It’s called accountability.
There are consequences to be seditionist. You’ll just have to live with them.
You made your choice, buddy.
One of my favorite sayings:
“You can have anything you want in life, as long as you’re willing to pay the price.”
Hope you enjoyed your trip to DC.
And on and on.