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Conservative claims women shouldn't say 'bad words' and gets ripped apart. F*ck you, dude.

Conservative claims women shouldn't say 'bad words' and gets ripped apart. F*ck you, dude.

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Since Trump's election, a distinct class of pseudo-political personalities has arisen online, the most frustrating of which are white supremacist trolls. Twitter won't censor or deplatform white supremacists, so their dangerous rhetoric is allowed to pervade the Internet - the same kind of rhetoric that's motivated fatal hate crimes against women, Jews, and racial minorities.

One of these hateful douchebags is Nicholas J. Fuentes. Tricky Nick's a self-described 'American nationalist media personality' which means he uses racial prejudice in the US to promote himself and his anti-social values. Exhibit A: the below sentiment, which seems designed to do nothing but piss people off and get his name broadcast across Twitter. It worked, but it also got him raked over the coals.

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