Well said. In my heart, I really do believe that most people genuinely want to understand each other. But when you reach out and engage in good-faith dialogue with someone from the “wrong” camp, you’re immediately accused of cavorting with the enemy. It’s a big problem that’s left a lot of people in the dark, people who want to better understand what’s happening around them but don’t know where to get the information they need. Rogan fills that void for them to a certain degree, as do a few other media personalities out there who are willing to have these conversations.

Thanks for reading and commenting, by the way! I really appreciate it!

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