In the great debate of free speech and truth versus hate speech and lies, social media has mangled the distinction between right and wrong to the point where millions of Americans no longer seem able to tell the difference. For decades, the one inviolable red line seemed to be antisemitism and Holocaust denial. But now, even that line has been erased thanks to social media.

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