On an episode of COPS once there was an incident involving two men.
One man was vulgar, uncharitable, and kinda hysterical
The second was calm, coherent, and sensible.
In short order it becomes obvious to the audience and on scene police that the uncharitable man attacked the calm man.
The uncharitable man is handcuffed and the calm man asked if he is okay.
Moments later the witnesses come out now that the scene is safe.
Turns out the hysterical, uncharitable man was innocently going about his business when randomly assaulted by the calm man…
Police had to switch who was cuffed…
Ah the effects of the silver tongue…
I have seen threads on here I will give a made up simplified version of how one I enjoyed reading went:
Charitable Poster: You said you hate red
Uncharitable Poster: No I did not ever say that I simply said I like Blue, I never said I dislike red because in fact I do not
CP: I am just repeating what you said and you said you do not like red
UP: I never said that stop lying! If I posted that quote me
CP: I dont know why you hate red, but you shouldn’t
UP: Stop bleep lying about me bleep (quotes to prove his innocence) see I never said it. If I did quote it or stop lying.
CP: you should not be hating red
UP: (epic hysterical uncharitability)
With this often from what I have seen the CP will slowly gain supporters and the UP will be repeatedly attacked on their supposed uncharitability.
The thing is in this instance the UP is maybe being uncharitable… maybe… but they are at least not sinning
The CP is literally and actively sinning (false witness anyone?) Against a victim and gains support…
So is charitability moral? Or Satan’s silver tongue?