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Jordan Peterson APOLOGISES to Conservatives "I could be wrong"

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Clinical Psychologist & free speech advocate Jordan Peterson earlier Tweeted that embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh should “step down” if confirmed to the high court and allow a “less divisive” figure to step forward in his place.
“If confirmed Kavanaugh should step down,” Peterson tweeted Friday afternoon in response to a post stressing that either outcome for Kavanaugh whether confirmed or denied to the court by the Senate, would be damaging to the nation Agreeing to an earlier post by Eric Weinstein stressing his opinion on the idea.


Several hours later, Peterson clarified his initial tweet with a series of tweets, “I’m not certain that is the right move. It’s very complex. But he would have his name cleared, and a figure who might be less divisive might be put forward.”
“That might decrease residual alienation from the left, and make things less polarized moving forward. Of course, that has to be balanced against handing any victory to the “believe all accusers” crowd”


This was all in hopes of clarifying his thoughts on the matter, but this did not quell criticism from some who still believed that wasn’t enough to justify his claim.
Almost a day later, he tweeted again, this time taking a further step back, “I was thinking all this whole trying to plot out a strategy that would be least damaging, on the whole” he wrote. “And I’m not jumping up and down claiming to be correct. Thought is experiment, not reality.” he added.


And finally admitted he could be probably wrong afterall, “As i said, this could be wrong”


Politically, Jordan Peterson has described himself as a classic British liberal, and has stated that he is commonly mistaken to be right wing. He is more-or-less a philosophical pragmatist.
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