Political Commentary Is Dead

Why political punditry pushed us to become more polarized

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Political commentators are everywhere. They’re in our newspapers, Instagram pages, TV Channels, podcasts, and most well-known: Twitter. If you’ve seen any of the very well-known ones, such as Ben Shapiro, Brooklyn Dad, and Bridgette Gabriel, you usually find endless loud statements that are mostly annoying. Take this…

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