While most of us were busy surviving pandemic-fueled civil confinement and Democratic Party–led riots in the street, the shots over Fort Sumter were fired, and the war for freedom of speech began in earnest. Just as the mob outside seeks to control how we think and what we may say, Google, Twitter, and Facebook seek to do the same thing by targeting and discriminating against conservatives for their ideas.
That there is now such a strong army of “Americans in name only” who have taken it upon themselves to tell others what they may learn and believe and write without being tormented or threatened by black-clad shock troops breaking windows and fire-bombing businesses or financially ruined by Democrat-aligned corporate oligarchs targeting conservative Americans’ livelihoods only serves as jarring proof that we have tolerated these attacks on our freedom and woefully appeased our attackers for entirely too long.
It’s not the rise of a charismatic leader in Sinclair Lewis’s It Can’t Happen Here that is hard to imagine. We’ve read about Julius Caesar and the fall of the Roman Republic, about the French Revolution’s Robespierre and Napoleon Bonaparte, about the post-WWI rise to power of Russia’s Lenin and Italy’s Mussolini. We’ve seen the film reels of Adolf Hitler gesticulating before crowds of thousands and Hugo Chávez using the power of television to seduce his countrymen with socialist dreams.
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