In response to the chaos that temporarily interrupted counting of Electoral College votes for the 46th President of the US, I listed three vital reasons why I am hesitant to discuss about politics. If you are curious or open minded, I encourage you to read myTake.
1. Afraid of Losing Friendship Over Differing Views of Politics
First reason I am very hesitant to talk about politics is I am very scared about losing my friendship over contrasting views about how to solve problem of increasing healthcare cost. I don't want to get into an argument with my friends by telling my friends that government intervention to address increasing healthcare cost. Thus, I am very hesitant to discuss politics with my friends.
2. Fearful of Retaliation from Left-Wing Supporters on Social Media Platforms
Second reason why I am very reluctant to talk about politics is I am afraid that left-wing supporters will retaliate me on social media platforms if I disagree with left-leaning social media users. Therefore, I am reluctant to talk about politics on social media platforms.
3. Unpredictable Reaction
Third reason why I am very hesitant to talk about politics is I don't know whether my parents will disown me if I disagreed with their views on free tuition plan proposed by Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders. Hence, I don't talk about politics with my parents during lunch or dinner to reduce the chance of heated conflicts over how to address the problem of increasing college tuition.