One way to beat liberals at their own game is to force them to live consistently with their operating assumptions. It’s called forcing the antithesis.
Sometimes it’s necessary to make a point in a radical way since some people just can’t get it.
The following is from Steven Crowder, and it’s a classic:
“Listen, here at LouderWithCrowder.com we hate comparisons to Nazis as much as the next guy. Especially Hitler. But this recent deal with bakeries, pizzerias and religious freedom has created a line in the sand. When people want the government to be able to tell its citizens exactly HOW they should do business… or be allowed to put them out of business… that’s the definition of fascism. It’s that simple? Where do you line up?
“Here’s Hitler reacting below.”