CBS’ “The Good Fight,” a fictional television program, said on its show last week that it’s OK to punch a Nazi from time to time ― but for conservative media types and white supremacists alike, the message constituted incitement against people with legitimate “political opinions.”
On April 10, the show aired an episode called “The One Where a Nazi Gets Punched,” during which character Jay DiPersia (played by Nyambi Nyambi) turns to the camera and delivers a monologue about punching Nazis. At points, the infamous clip of flashes on screen.
“Is it all right to hit a Nazi unprovoked?” Jay asks the audience. “I was always taught never to throw the first punch, never to instigate. Defend, but don’t attack. But