Supposing your question is genuine, I’ll give you a genuine answer:
Ian Frantz

It was a genuine question, thank you for answering, I see it is an issue of whether the statement is to be taken impersonally or personally. It was also a disengenuous question, as I see calling out virtue-signalling as also virtue-signalling, used like so many observations of rhetoric are, as a way to dismiss based on a “superior understanding” of how a person argues, rather than attending to the information they are trying to express. The medium is an inflection, not the message.

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