Ben Shapiro offers to debate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: She deems it catcalling

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I agree. Little Ben Shapiro would cremate her in a debate. He is being a bully.
Man offers a candid sit down on his Sunday discourse events, he is a bully.

Woman makes false analogies and essentially calls him a "sex predator" in so many words, then actually STALKS her opponents by trying to hunt them down at their campaign offices, and nope not a bully.

Funny how when it comes to women with men's approach, they are 'bullies', yet when women do it, and even take it several levels higher, *crickets*.

"Equality" folks. :pie_eyeroll:
 
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Unless Ben Shapiro is her political opponent for the upcoming seat, there’s no point in debating him. Do think she should’ve just said no, she’s focusing on the race, and can’t wait to debate her opponent.
he offered to do a 1 on 1 interview. he did mention a potential debate during the offer, because she said republicans won't debate her. no idea why people keep harping on the debate issue.
 
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he offered to do a 1 on 1 interview. he did mention a potential debate during the offer, because she said republicans won't debate her. no idea why people keep harping on the debate issue.
Why is a news anchor offering to donate money to interview a candidate for a seat in congress?
 

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Why is a news anchor offering to donate money to interview a candidate for a seat in congress?
probably because he knew she would completely ignore his offer if he didn't, and still keep claiming that republicans were scared of her. Offering the donation would get others to ask her about it, and she wouldn't be able to ignore the offer. Sadly, and hilariously at the same time, she made it more newsworthy by comparing it to catcalling. If she would have just said thanks but no thanks, this would have disappeared in a day.
 
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probably because he knew she would completely ignore his offer if he didn't, and still keep claiming that republicans were scared of her. Offering the donation would get others to ask her about it, and she wouldn't be able to ignore the offer. Sadly, and hilariously at the same time, she made it more newsworthy by comparing it to catcalling. If she would have just said thanks but no thanks, this would have disappeared in a day.
Offering the donation would get others to ask her about it,
This is why he did. This is actual sensationalism.
 

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he offered to do a 1 on 1 interview. he did mention a potential debate during the offer, because she said republicans won't debate her. no idea why people keep harping on the debate issue.
Yeah exactly. He was responding to her talking shit, not the other way around.
 
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he offered to do a 1 on 1 interview. he did mention a potential debate during the offer, because she said republicans won't debate her. no idea why people keep harping on the debate issue.

shapiro's conditions was lets have a conversation and I'll put up 10K.


That's not how journalists work
 
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My opinion is that she ran on her platform as ‘a girl from the Bronx’ and has even stated it on her Twitter a time or two, like she was this tough girl. Yet, come to find out- not really all that tough as she has basically hidden herself away from scruntiny from this boy. I mean who is scared of Ben Shapiro? He’s a lightweight. I mean he’s Glass Joe in Punch Out! So what does that make her? Is this how a tough girl from the Bronx handles business? Of course, she didn’t really spend much time actually growing up in the place, so I guess that explains it.
 

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As far as I've observed, Shapiro attacks the ideas, while Robinson attacks the person. Moreover, Shapiro is a far more prominent public figure. That is why one is worth debating and the other is not.
This isn’t true on either score. Robinson’s pieces on Shapiro are all criticizing things he’s said, while Shapiro is very quick to go to the ad hominem, anti-Semite being his go to. It’s pretty clear that Shapiro just did this as a stunt, not because he’s actually interested in intellectual engagement.
 

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We're on page 8 now. Can we stop misrepresenting his original request/communication at this point, finally? On other forums such a thing could get you banned for arguing in bad faith and pushing false narratives (account in junior phase, long history of severe infractions and downplaying the downplaying of toxic white male privilege).
 

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He's not a republican, he's an opportunist.
Being an opportunist doesn't inherently make you "a man with bad intentions". Yes the word has negative connotations, but most everyone in any form of media is something of an opportunist, to some extent. So is every politician, with very very few exceptions.
 
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Being an opportunist doesn't inherently make you "a man with bad intentions". Yes the word has negative connotations, but most everyone in any form of media is something of an opportunist, to some extent. So is every politician, with very very few exceptions.
Literally what being an opportunist means.
 

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I see Candace Owens has offered to give $100,000 to a charity of her choice, if she were to debate. Not surprisingly, no response. She's also ignored several other requests from conservative women to debate her. Buck-aww.
 

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I am going to use that line when people spout the fake definition of racism that they learned from their Che loving crypto-Marist professors.

Oh wait, I already do, lol.
I bet they’re trying to change the dictionary definition of that too.
 
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prag16

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Its a pretty common theme at this point and it's not just here. It's a common theme on social media from people on the right whenever she is involved.
Yeah, that evil right bogeyman. NO WAY the left uses identical tactics, ever. -_-

Your team does thing == fine.
Other team does thing == bad.

Yawn.

Not sure why everything has to boil down to tribal bullshit.
 
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