I guess it’s difficult for Marxist with an agenda to conceive they aren’t the smartest people in the world, and they aren’t going to get this guy.
It’s actually insane these people keep hitting him with the exact same questions. He should do an interview where he just brings index cards, and not say a word. Except he could start by saying, “ I already know what you are going to ask me, so I wrote the answers down for you.”
The bias is revealed by the interviewer's loaded questions, her aggressive style & with the guest it becomes 2 against 1. As Lew Rockwell says, they don't call it programming for nothing.
This is why they have tried to label him a white nationalist (which is tantamount to calling someone a nazi, or a cracker). They know his arguments are superior and that theirs are nonsense, they realize (at least on some level) that they are wrong, so they try to discredit him personally. I have seen a few hit pieces about him over the last couple of days, so I think the snowflakes are freaking out. I saw one that was really odd, that attempted to claim he literally believes in dragons, but then quoted him later in the text where that interpretation of what he was saying was obviously untrue. These people are insane and I'm glad somebody is exposing this.
I like Peterson because he denies that the infantile questions he's repeatedly asked are valid or useful lines of inquiry. The public face of Western civilization might have once included some intellectual nuggets of gold, but these days -- in the media, and online in social media -- it increasingly appears to include nothing but intellectual sloth. Count that as a victory for statist education.
The question that the woman posited to Peterson was so odd, I expected Peterson to answer with something different like "I'll agree to the idea that a transgender woman is a real woman if you agree that you are a real transgender, as you're establishing an equation that is unequivocal in ita truth, that q equals p, then p equals q, therefore: you're a transgender woman. Would you agree or do you want to reconsider your separation from reality?"