So... I decided to tell you my story about why I left the left. I think it's really important.
As a person born into a slightly conservative family you probably would assume that I'd automatically have the same mindset as my family members - but that's where you're wrong. I was actually always the most left leaning person out of all and agreed with the left on most things, but not on immigration.
In my time at school I had ACTUAL nazis in my class who adored Hitler and bullied me, when I studied art I was surrounded by Antifa members and SJWs who were surprisingly nice me - and turned me into a SJW too. Like, when I had this complete leftist mindset I through I was trans - that's dangerous!
The turning point:
So, as I said, I through I was trans and did the most leftist thing ever - going to a "safe space" for trans people (but I met my best friend there no shade). When I arrived I saw "Refugees Welcome" stickers everywhere on the windows and insteadly felt sick in the stomach.
Why do you love the people who would kill you?
When I walked in I got another kick in the stomach - like 70% looked like freaks.
The only normal person I met was my best friend who is trans (female to male) and is actually the most chill person ever.
When I walked out I knew I'd never come back and started to question the things I thought to be true. When I've consumed more alternative media and questioned transgenderism - while I did that I lost my gender dysphoria.
Since I new consider myself a conservative I'm happier than ever before.
Bye bye, left-wing! 😄