I'm confused, and I'm wondering if you can help me out.
We've been repeatedly told over the last few days that people are "damaging the Yes movement" by criticising Cat Boyd for voting Labour.
Implicit in that reproach is that people can and should be called out if they do anything to damage the Yes movement.
A prominent Yes activist declaring her "pride" in voting for a rabidly anti-independence party is self-evidently damaging for the Yes movement. It makes independence less likely. It makes an independence referendum less likely.
Isn't it therefore logical that such a person should be called out for damaging the Yes movement?
What am I missing here?