We're told, these last few days, that a person should lose their job for making a comparison between current events and the Holocaust. That doing so is anti-Semitic. That it's hateful.
Multitudes of people have pointed to what Ben Shapiro calls "overwrought holocaust memes" that were posted by multitudes of people on the left political spectrum without any consequences all all. Worst, they might be told that it makes light of the horror of the holocaust. But that's the worst of it. You don't lose your job or get accused of hate or racism.
So lately when Gina Carano shared a post about how regular folks, even children, were encouraged to go after Jews, to hate, harass and beat them, and that without encouraging and accepting this the conditions where soldiers could come around and round up people would have never happened, it's suddenly oh so far beyond acceptable.
Because she was perceived to have been pointing out the acceptance and encouragement, even moral mandate, for people on the left to turn on and despise their neighbors. She implied that the LEFT were the Nazis.
And that, my friend, is enough to get you fired.