This wasn't about the character, it was about the idea. If you want, take someone who uses loopholes in laws to get money and stuff. They do legal stuff, but they are still horrible persons, and the argument still doesn't stand to justify decision. Maybe it wasn't the best person to take, but still.(also technically, what he did wasn't illegal, as he was head of state. What law did he really break literally ? But that is going way too off topic there). Also should be consider the actual laws or the legitimacy of an action or behavior ? And who can really judge legitimacy in the name of everybody ? There is no absolute truth, just opinions. You cannot justify a decision by saying "I chose it so it's justified"; to me it's clear In practical, yes, something is like this because someone decided so, this is how real world is. But are we forced to blindly accept it and praise the modders/youtubers for it ? I don't believe so. And this is how society work, and communities ARE little scale societies. You cannot speak in the name of all. Part of the community decided to praise someone, the other part decided to not care or to hate this person. Surely there is hard work being done by these people, which we can appreciate, but toward which goal ? Pleasing the community or pleasing themselves ? That we can't know, this is why I'm against whiteknighting for someone. That doesn't stop me from liking someone, and/or even praising him. But not blindly, and I won't make up facts about them while I don't know anything about what they actually think, and nobody really can. Well maybe I'm going a bit off topic there, but this is my opinion of the things.