Republican privilege has a couple of main points (at bottom of post), but overriding everything is their efforts to discredit facts and the people who use them. Especially with idiotic contradictory attacks. These tactics may work on low information Trumpian droolers, but for everyone else, they're just insulting.
I came across this tweet conversation that clearly shows you what we're up against. It's not like conservatives weren't using self-serving "facts" to align their own political interests:
Additionally, here are a few other important conservative characteristics I've been wrangling with:
1. They're not bound by any guiding principles, finding convenient exceptions so they can flip flop on an issue or platform; 2. And they like to play the role of the disciplinary daddy, to easily take control away from Americans who believe and count on government, claiming citizens cheat, need to be penalized, and can't be trusted with government. It's the elites, Republican elites. Father knows best.