This is why it's important to stick to facts and reason -- and not personalities.
I never do.
I had to insist and "preach in and out of season" about 10 years ago that the Crisis in the SSPX was about the Faith and doctrine -- not about Bishop Fellay.
I also have to argue with Sedevacantists that it's not about this or that Pope -- it's about doctrine, the Faith, the truth.
Focusing on the particular, on PERSONALITIES, is eminently feminine, while we men are supposed to be firstly rational. We are not nurturers and mothers; we are not supposed to have so much emotion, at least when compared to the strength of our REASON.
It's about ideas, truth, and doctrine -- not personalities. Just remember that.
We might have to add to the list of "annoying Baby Boomer traits", but the podcaster Bill Meara, of the Soldersmoke podcast, is *constantly* conflating the global corporation Amazon.com with "old man Bezos". Sounds like a sole proprietorship, a mom-and-pop shop, with Bezos living above the shop! Meara's whole opinion of Amazon.com vacillates based on what he thinks of the man Jeff Bezos. He became more favorable to Amazon.com after he learned that Bezos was a "space nerd", for example. And whenever he promotes his site ("click on my amazon links before you buy from Amazon!") he 100% of the time says that Bezos will personally give him a small percentage/cut. Not Amazon.com the corporation -- no, it's Bezos personally. Ridiculous! Are all Boomers so feminine, to be always focused on the personal? But don't get me started on Bill Meara. That deserves its own thread.