It makes far more sense than most voices these days, or games with profanity filters.
I like to stay away from (current) political issues when discussing games (or everything else) because these debates tend to choke out tolerance. Political issues tend to polarize these days and often divide us, not enlighten.
On the other hand, some issues in gaming are very much political in nature. Be it the issues of race and enmity in The Division, Grecian gender politics in A:C Odyssey or the way freedom leads to perpetual war in Eve Online.
On the gripping hand, it should be possible to discuss politics in gaming without immediately falling into the trap of taking sides and putting the Other in an artificial other side. If anywhere, here.
note: @ArmandoPenblade funny how “liberal” means different things to different people. In America it means left of the political middle, but here in .nl; it means right of the political middle, while on the left you have old fashioned socialists hanging on for dear life.