Nevertheless, the fact that our brand of progressive criticism, which denounces Israel’s violence but does not wish to see it wiped off the map, feels far outside the mainstream points toward a growing trend across almost every facet of our political discourse: political tribalism.
Nearly six months ago, a violent and deadly mob stormed the U.S. Capitol at the behest of an outgoing president in order to prevent Congress from certifying his successor’s victory.
After all, those who do not learn history — the very goal of these restrictive laws — are doomed to repeat it.
“After crisis…you gather your shit up and you organize. You make it so that this can’t happen again.”
“As usual, people have been asking whether this will be the shooting that finally brings about meaningful action from Congress or the White House. My response: certainly not.”