Conservatism and rationality

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Conservatism is firmly based in logic and reason. Conservatives use fact-based arguments and evidence to support their arguments far more frequently than liberals. A metaphor often used to describe the rationality of conservatives is known as, "The Red Pill."[1]

Whereas liberals and leftists engage in racism, atheism, and the denial of genocide, conservatives use truth, justice, and knowledge to formulate an opinion. They gather information, statistics, and data, and are not partisan ideologues. Conservatives have become famous for using facts and logic, in addition to humour and satire, to win debates and debunk opposing arguments.[2][3]

Liberals, on the other hand, would rather censor their opponents or even engage in violence against them than have a civil discussion with those who disagree with them. While conservatives defend freedom of speech, liberals oppose civil discourse.[4][5]

A famous conservative slogan coined by the mainstream conservative owner of The Daily Wire, Ben Shapiro, is, "Facts don't care about your feelings."[6]

Liberals and leftists are dominated by their emotions,[7][8] and thus promote conspiracy theories about their opponents, those who disagree with them, those who think or vote differently than them, and those who hold differing opinions from them on issues.

Ironically, they complain when they believe their speech has been slighted.[9][10][11][12]

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