recently appeared on Ireland's RTÉ Radio One Late Debate. [The Irish media apparently plays by the same rules of engagement as CNN and the rest of the American media--4 out of the 6 participants were left-to-far left.]
But Seth pretty much won the "debate" at the outset [it was pretty much a Donald Trump 'racism' bash] by pointing out that in 2004, Ireland herself voted 80-20 for their constitutional Amendment Twenty-Seven, which abolished "birthright citizenship."
The lefties did most of the talking [and talking over] as usual, but had no counter for Tillman's observations that the Irish constitution guarantees rights only to citizens; that Ireland has emergency criminal courts with no juries; that Irish law permits indefinite detention of suspects.
Trump is extremist?
Unable to engage on substance after Tillman asked, "What's more important, words or actions?," the Trumpthumpers were reduced to
"Words are literally the ammunition that can be used in extremists' weapons."
It got worse from there. Trump = Hitler. Noam Chomsky. Lincoln "founded" the United States. Oy.