It's okay to have a leader. In fact, it's vital for organization. Are they choosing who to support or is that being chosen for them though? Is it really a stretch to say that they latch on to any figure getting bad press in order to essentially own the libs
? It would be one thing if these people actually had good intentions and clear goals, but they don't. What do all these wealthy individuals do with their money? Where are their political organizations? Why aren't they writing bills? How come they aren't taking any issues to court? You might be familiar with Louis Rossmann. Despite being up against tech giants, right to repair has gotten bills passed in multiple states thanks to the organization he's part of. It's a good example of what practical politics looks like, and it's really the tip of the iceberg for what could be done. I guess I would like internet politics enthusiasts to realize that nothing can change without exercising some personal agency. They're not even choosing who to support based on policy, they're just reacting. It makes me wonder how much do they truly care about politics? I suspect that it's similar to when people say they can't get a GF. They know that there are things they could try, but when they think about all the work that's involved and how there's no guarantee that things work out, they decide that the juice isn't worth the squeeze.