Do we have a backup plan when this subreddit turns into /r/Politics 2.0

Do not submit low investment content. This subreddit is for genuine discussion. Low effort content, including memes, links substituting for explanation, sarcasm, and non-substantive contributions will be removed per moderator discretion.

This is the rule from /r/politicaldiscussion. Now I understand it rings of "I'll know it when I see it." However, that sub is a high quality sub. And many users have migrated from here to that sub, and that includes some conservative voices that we don't see active here anymore. /r/politicaldiscussion faced a similar identity crisis after 2016, if memory serves me correctly. They tightened up their rules considerably and have managed to flourish while simultaneously paring down their user base by excluding the low effort and antagonistic voices that were cluttering the sub.

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