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Though most who take the red pill stay red-pilled for life, there are some who have taken both and ultimately preferred the blue pill.
 
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Though most who take the red pill stay red-pilled for life, there are some who have taken both and ultimately preferred the blue pill.

  • Caleb Cain: For a defamatory article in The New York Times, Caleb Cain sat down for an interview wherein he accused the Alternative Influence Network of being a "decentralized cult," "racist," and extreme. He had discovered the AIN in "late 2014," but disavowed it around the time that the article was published, asserting that he had been radicalized. He was apparently de-radicalized by listening to young classical liberals like Destiny and ContraPoints. This somehow led him to conclude that members of the Alternative Influence Network are a bunch of racist, misogynist trolls, and he became a left-winger.[3] Stefan Molyneux subsequently released a video exposing Caleb Cain and The New York Times as liberal hacks.[4]
  • Hunter Avallone: Though he attempted to disguise his blue-pilling, Hunter Avallone has gradually become more liberal, despite once being conservative. However, he does not identify as liberal or conservative, but as a "free thinker." He has attacked the Alternative Influence Network for criticizing Big Tech, and instigated a miniature verbal war against libertarian activist Kaitlin Bennett in February 2020. He has also attacked numerous conservative and even classical liberal activists by name. Though he will not admit as much, he is now a left-winger.[5]

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