The Tech-Giant-Dem Shock and Awe campaign caught mainstream America off guard and unprepared for the new regime of censorship and Psy-ops. Parler is still fighting for survival, and barely exists. But the fight-back is taking form. Two Democrats have now said they will not allow the Filibuster rules to change. Today, only 5 Republicans supported the Democrat impeachment and a Federal Judge has issued a restraining order against the Biden administrations demands that violent criminals bound for deportation be released into the community instead.
Plus a grassroots response: activists start protesting Cancel Culture at the Bed Bath and Beyond Store, by filling trolleys then abandoning them with notes explaining that they are boycotting the shopping chain until they restock the MyPillow products that were cancelled purely because the CEO is a Trump supporter.
Imagine if 70 million Trump voters spent a half hour this week doing something to Save America. How fast would the medieval Cancel Culture get put back in it’s box?
Don’t just sit there.
Impeaching the impeachment. Looks like Trump will be acquitted.
Rand Paul called for a vote on whether the Impeachment is even constitutional, and showed that the Democrats have little chance in convicting Donald Trump for inciting violence, given that they need 17 Republican Senators but only five of them even think the case is constitutional.
Rand Paul: It’s the democrats inciting violence
In Rand Paul’s speech before the vote he shows how the Democrats call and enable violent mobs.
Bernie Sanders said: “The Republican healthcare plan for the uninsured is that you die.”
As this avowed Bernie Sanders supporter shot Steve Scalise, nearly killing him, and shot one of our coaches and two or three of our staff, he screamed, “This is for healthcare!” Ask me or anyone if that’s incitement.
No Democrat will ask whether Cory Booker incited violence when he called for his supporters to “get up in their face” of Congresspeople, a very visual and specific incitement. No Democrat will ask whether Maxine Waters incited violence when she literally told her supporters, and I quote, “that if you see a member of the Trump administration at a restaurant, at a department store, at a gas station or any place, you create a crowd and you push back on them.” Is that not incitement?
Should Kamala Harris be impeached for offering to pay for violent people to get out of jail who’ve been burning our cities down?
I want the Democrats to raise their hand if they have ever given a speech that says, “Take. Back. Fight for your country.” Who hasn’t used the word “fight” figuratively, and are we going to put every politician in jail”
Judge restrains Bidens order to restrain US govt from restraining violent illegal immigrants
It’s a law on a law on a law. See how complicated the legal war has begun? Trump did deals with four states before he left office giving them 180-day consultation period before the incoming Biden administration could change the rules. But on day one Biden issued a blanket demand that not only would violent criminals bound for deportation be not deported, but that they would be released into the community. It’s hard to believe it was so reckless. It also effectively decrees the whole ICE (Immigrations and Customs Enforcement) agency would be pointless and powerless but would still exist. Looks dystopian, smells dystopian…
PJ Media: Judge Blocks Biden’s Deportation Moratorium
U.S. District Judge Drew Tipton issued a temporary restraining order to prevent the Biden administration from halting deportations, the Associated Press reported.
Activists fight back against cancel culture
Bed Bath and Beyond stopped stocking the MyPillow range after the CEO openly supported Donald Trump. In reply, activists wandered through the store filling up their trolleys, then abandoning them with a note asking the store to Stop Promoting Cancel Culture, and promising not to shop there until they did:
The Media Action Network has launched a Basket Boycott and petition against Bed Bath & Beyond after it announced it was pulling MyPillows due to CEO Mike Lindell’s politics.
We’re encouraging patriots to visit their local Bed Bath & Beyond, fill up a shopping cart, then abandon it with our statement about free speech. And never shop there again until CEO Mark Tritton reverses his decision.
“This isn’t about pillows. It’s about the continual punishment of conservative speech,” said Media Action Network founder Ken LaCorte. “And we’ve had enough.”
“Every time we turn around, another conservative has been silenced under false pretences of ‘hate’ or ‘isms’ or the most recent offense-de-jour. We’re fighting back.”