Alex is Alex, and you can't fault him for that. To ask him to be anyone else is neither fair nor rational. You take the good with the bad. Was it bad? It is what it is.
Someone needs to show some anger to the establishment. His performance will resonate with a lot of people, and politically, that is how you win: You need a lot of people.
On another note, from a pure entertainment aspect (which is what all media is these days, let's not kid ourselves), I found his British accent at the end incredibly amusing. Weird, random, unexpected.
- sigh -
The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.
- Alan Watts
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