Snowflakes are fragile, temporary, inconsequential little things. They are delicate and brittle and quite harmless—on their own. But when they begin to attach to other snowflakes, they become stronger, more powerful. They become dangerous. They become a force of freakin’ nature. Trump lovers like to call his detractors “snowflakes”, as if their feelings are a liability, their […]

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