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Conservative Cancel Culture in the US, 1950-present. Everything from the red scare, to Alexander Vindman and Colin Kaepernick. People's opinions evolve throughout their lives, should be allowed to grow and no one wants to live in a cult-like world without redemption. People should be kind, level headed and receptive to new ideas. At the same time, people don't have to listen to you if they don't want to. The right cancels a lot, contrary to their claims, here we refresh everyone's memory.
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