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Tina Fey’s ‘Eat Cake’ Strategy After Charlottesville Is Bad Advice

Tina Fey is a comedian, and we all need a good laugh while we still can. But her advice to stay home instead of showing up to fight white supremacy doesn’t help her cause.
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