The tenant of the right is no contest. You cannot contest what they say and you cannot quote them in a context. You cannot ask them to explain their points of view and you cannot basically question their point of view because they have a meltdown. That's basically why I don't have conservative 'friends'.
Case on point: Ben Shapiro.
poor, poor delusional fool) and she didn't even pay attention. Why would she? Ben is one of those right wingers who usually 'pwns' people or 'destroys' them. For what I've seen, he only screams louder. No arguments, straw men, gaslighting, false equivalences, lies, the gamut of the right wing arsenal when you are trying to have a discussion with them.
Here, Beau is talking about how Ben threw a tantrum on TV because he was basically quoted. He called the man a 'liberal'. He conflates socialists, the left and liberals. There's no such thing in America. Liberals usually spouse ideas that seem 'leftist' because the repute have swerved so hard to the right that they're basically white supremacist adjacent.
The conservative echo chamber of Fox News has created such a cocoon for these clowns (Candace Owens is another one: she wants to be the black Ann Coulter. And can't) that when they're taken out of their element and encounter any kind of questioning or any kind of pushback, they declare the other person is a 'leftist' and refuse to talk any more with them. Ben stormed out of an interview with Andrew Neil (who actually leans to the right and worked with the kind of right wing media, Rupert Murdoch, for years) and told him that he (Ben) was famous and the nobody knew him (Neil). I laughed.
Here's a good takedown of the interview: