A twisting journey through the polarized landscape of contemporary Western politics, which reveals the source of this apparent polarization to be the elites on both sides, and not the everyday people. All hope is not lost.
It starts like this: a liberal who supported then-candidate Obama in her college days was growing increasingly disillusioned with the direction of the so-called progressives a decade later. She eventually discovered the Intellectual Dark Web (IDW) and sort of 'took the red pill'. She learned all about how problematic critical theory and postmodernism were. She developed a new found respect for the Right (even while remaining relatively progressive), and even became open to giving President Donald Trump a more open minded treatment.
But that didn't last very long. She eventually began to ask the hard questions, about the new style right-leaning commentary of the Western world. Why were the IDW people seeing SJW everywhere? Why couldn't the Right embrace big-tent unity like Andrew Yang, Tulsi Gabbard, Marianne Williamson, Pete Buttigieg, and several other 2019 Democrats did? Why was the Right OK with people cancelling liberal politicians? And most recently, why did the Right treat President Trump and Joe Biden with such different standards?