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This is @jordanbpeterson and a fan during his speaking tour in New Zealand. February 19th, 2019. Less than one month ago.

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Did Jordan Peterson really take a picture with a fan wearing a shirt that says "I'm a Proud Islamaphobe"?

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    Was there something in particular that made you doubt its authenticity? – quant Mar 17 at 10:11
  • Search here omgvip.com/jordan-b-peterson-vip-photos – Jan Doggen Mar 17 at 10:38
  • @quant since when do we have to substantiate our skepticism? I found it online, and I didn't believe the claim (picture). – Evan Carroll Mar 18 at 22:43
  • I don't understand why anyone cares whether it's real or fake. It's like I were to say that Tom Hanks lived next door to someone who liked to eat dogs. Why would anyone care, and why would people care enough to be skeptical? – insidesin Mar 21 at 5:28
  • @EvanCarroll you should read my question more literally. I was just curious. – quant Mar 21 at 11:45

Yes, that is a real account of the picture.

From Avery in the comments, it is legit. You can see it here on "omgvip" in the album "Jordan B Peterson VIP Photos - Auckland, NZ February 18, 2019" In this album you can find Jordan Picture in the same attire taking pictures with 100 or so fans.

That specific picture can be found here

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