Stop Trying To Make Ukraine About Your Culture War

The situation in Ukraine is getting worse. Many Americans cannot stop trying to turn this tragedy around.It is hard to believe that the horrors of Real war raging—buildings bombedPlease see the following: There have been 137 deaths so far. according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy—some U.S. pundits are pushing their culture war grievances into Ukraine-Russia discourse.

Russia and China want to expand their influence through aggressive actions. The West is determined to expand its national debt, and explode the gender binary. tweeted conservative writer Ben Shapiro yesterday. Our narcissistic behavior is destroying any advantages that we may have objectively.

“I just love that we flown pride flags,” tweetedFox News host Lisa Boothe

“Big picture what you are seeing in Ukraine — and maybe Taiwan too — is a conflict between people who believe in words, gestures, the blue check left wing journos of the world and people who believe in raw, physical power. Clay Travis is a conservative radio host who explains that the Democratic Party’s left-wing is anti-masculinity. commented.

Matt Walsh, Conservative Commentator, took advantage of the chance to mockInitiatives for military diversity and integration

The absurd implications of this are that Russia could stop its actions in Ukraine by Americans not caring about gay rights or race. As though Russian President Vladimir Putin’s immoral ambitions could be stopped if the “blue-check left wing journos” got even more serious. It’s as if Russian warlords really care what pronouns they use or not. I mean, talk about narcissistic idiocy—to think that the U.S. culture war or domestic policy has any bearing on this at all.

Another frightening conclusion is that Russian-style aggression and “raw, physically powerful” traits are characteristics the U.S. should emulate. But being big bullies who don’t respect international law and international sovereignty—or individual rights and tolerance within our own borders—wouldn’t make Russia less likely to invade. The U.S. would lose any moral superiority or chance to demonstrate that they have a better approach.

However, pundits don’t want the culture war to be the only issue out of place.

Laurie Garrett, author, wondered if Putin’s actions were not suspicious. inspired by long COVID.

John Kerry, former Secretary of State U.S. worried aboutRussian aggression on climate change and its impact on greenhouse gas emissions

Yesterday, Turning Point USA director Charlie Kirk stated that the “southern border” is more important than it was the Ukraine border at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Commentaries like the ones above are so clearly self-promotionalHere’s what a global war is all about.) and beyond gross.

This isn’t the right time to be a petty cultural war grievance and entanglements. Yes, life—and news—in America goes on, but maybe the day Russia starts bombing Ukraine isn’t the time for your critical race theory rant or your masculinity-crisis paranoia, you know? You shouldn’t try to make war news about whatever topic you might be interested in.

I can assure you that the culture warfare and its brave keyboard warriors are still there next week. COVID-19 will be back, as well as climate change and border fights. Let it be for a moment. Be respectful, compassionate, and have a sense of perspective

You might be tempted to write things such as: Russia uses too many pronouns to describe Americans. Putin’s not woke, at least! What will happen to gas prices if Ukrainian civilians are killed? Stop. Take a stroll outside. Contact a friend. Cuddle your pet. You can do anything good, tangible and real while counting your blessings.

This is not about you. It’s not about you.

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Texas is a great example of gun control.Texas’ controversial abortion ban was passed last year. Citizens can sue for abortions that were performed after this time. California has now adopted legislation to allow citizens to sue gun makers when they violate gun regulations.

Newsom stated that “We are going to begin playing by their laws now” during a press conference. He unveiled legislation which allows citizens to sue dealers and gun manufacturers for violating gun laws. The Supreme Court of the United States has opened the door to a wide range of possibilities.

California state Sen. Bob Hertzberg (D–Van Nuys) and Assemblyman Philip Ting (D–San Francisco) have introduced legislation to this effect:

Hertzberg’s bill (SB 1327) would establish a bounty program to enable vigilantes and manufacturers to sue dealers or sellers who sell illegal firearms in California. This includes assault weapons, so-called ghost gun, or other types of guns. There’d be a $10,000 reward….

Another bill by Assemblyman Philip Ting, D-San Francisco, AB 1594 would give the ability for individuals and the state to sue firearm sellers and manufacturers who cause injury.


• The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to loosen mask guidelines today.

• Be careful what you re-share on social media around about the situation in Ukraine.

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• Texas National Guard members are not happy about being deployed to guard the border.

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