I think in many cases that would work, but can you imagine someone like Sean Hannity receiving an…
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That advice is focused on those in one’s semi-immediate sphere, which I’m guessing Sean Hannity is not for either of us. I would say shaming Hannity is different both in degree and kind from shaming someone who generally aligns with you politically who said something problematic on Twitter. It’s the latter case where a private, generally supportive message pointing out the problematic conduct and its consequences can have a greater impact.

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