This really triggers me, but it's the language specifically.>I'm going to have to ask you to leave
^ Passive aggressive tone. He's not "going to have to", he "is" asking>Ask you to leave
^ He isn't actually asking, he's DEMANDING he leave, or REQUIRING him to (presumably was escorted off set by security)>Sasha no I'm sorry
^ He's not sorry. Why say you're sorry when you're not?
His repetitiveness and apparent nervousness is excusable, though it is curious. One guy commented earlier that the ABC was getting some attention for allowing the pro-Russian some screen time and it was making people nervy, so its hard to know whether Stan was genuinely getting adrenalized by the guy or whether he had people in his ear telling him to get Sasha to leave.
As for the violence issue itself, yet again we see that most people are far too retarded to understanding that everything is violence. If we are against violence does that mean we'll stop sending weapons to Ukraine?
Really get triggered by this passive aggressive homo gay use of language and posturing. Wishy washy way of speaking, being non-confrontational.