Don't cite his defense.
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grzegorz wrote:I thought the right believes in free speech.
http://www.cnn.com/videos/cnnmoney/2017 ... -vstan.cnn
Sources said that he was forced to suspend her show for a week or risk mutiny from the fan-base. However, some have also been so bold as to suggest that Beck is actually threatened by the attention Lahren is receiving on both ends of the spectrum.
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I think you totally missed my point which is made obvious by your defensiveness. It's cool though, if you can't see the big picture in relation to the entire thread then it would be pointless for me to even point it out.
Steve James wrote:The woman was suspended because she voiced "pro choice" sentiments. That's considered leftist to some. The claim is also made that Beck feared her because she was getting too much attention. Here she is in her own words: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world ... 41311.html
Most people agree with her. It's not about "left" v "right."
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