oh...okay - now THAT’S moderate, right there...
Wonder how one replaces even-handed (or mostly hands-off) moderating for the sort of presumptive interrogatives that are usually said to invite moderating activity in the first place?
Methinks sterling examples of “hateful mockery” occurred when one Joseph Smith articulated that:
he had learned for himself that Presbyterianism was wrong,
and when he later referred to all of Christianity, (outside of mormonism) as apostate, and being made up of “Whoredoms”.
“Mountain Meadows Massacre” was also sort of, kind of hateful, and made a mockery of native Americans, according to historical accounts of white men disguising themselves as Indians in an effort to cast blame away from themselves.