Free Speech Nation discuss Microsoft Word’s new ‘woke’ word checker

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‘I could be the first person here to make a whole new saying for something slightly dodgy, you’ve crossed the purple line’

Josh Howie discusses Microsoft Word putting a purple line beneath any ‘problematic’ words

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