I don't know very much about this guy Breitbart. I did watch the posted YT clips and didn't much like what I saw, but I've seen worse. I also read what he said about Kennedy and it lacked taste and class. Those meting out the same to him might find it uncomfortable to consider that they are no better than he was in this respect.
On a human level I can feel for his family. I lost my father when he was a similar age and this news took me back 36 years, to being a scared 13-year-old sitting by my dad's side while he had a heart attack, not knowing what was happening and not knowing what to do. I feel bad for the heart-broken people who are feeling shocked, even though I don't know them, and irrespective of whether I think their husband or father was good, bad or indifferent.
Why not just give this thread a rest for a couple of days, substituting a bit of good taste and decency for internet jollies?
"The crisis will end when fear changes sides" - Pablo Iglesias Turrión
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