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Insightful to a Certain Degree - Yet EXTREME in its Bias
I've been watching this series due to my curiosity of the human condition. While many of the points make sense broadly, the use of sound bites of President Trump and Sean Hannity, for instance, paint a biased picture that foment the hatred they hope to allay. It's so obvious this series was produced from a partisan perspective, rather than an open discussion that views this hatred on bipartisan terms. Both sides are guilty of hatred. If this series had true intention to give those guilty of extreme hatred food for thought, "Why We Hate" has sadly missed the mark.
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