RazörFist reacts to the symptoms of snowflake syndrome put on full display by the left, particularly among Twitter users, board members, and employees in reaction to Elon Musk‘s official offer to buy the social media company for roughly $44 billion, April 26th…
He’s fighting this out for his own reasons, sure, may not even give a damn about the cultural ripples of his lawsuit and how it’s been going so far, but knowingly or not he’s shining a light on the importance of due process and objective truth as a natural consequence of finally standing up for himself.
Also showing people they don’t have to put up with this 3rd wave feminazi bullshit, not in our politics and not in our relationships, and what happens whenyou do. It’s a dramatic, raw example to the public of why you should fight back in the face of lies, smears, cancellations, group think, deception.
Too many cower in fear of those things, he himself was a coward, but he’s showing all the people who have masochistically indulged in cowardice over the last few years that even if you chose to do so… you can choose to stop.
You can say enough.
He took the abuse for a long time.
And when he left her she decided to abuse him some more; he even took that shit for a while. Then he finally started fighting back in the UK, and even though he initially experienced a(n unfair) loss against The Sun… now, here we are.
He’s winning. There’s a lesson in there somewhere, no? Never take shit lying down, if you do get the fuck back up soonest and start firing back, and once you’re in the thick of it never back down and never apologize. Winning matters.
Government institutions and officials collude with corporations to use section 230 as a means of subverting our first amendment rights. Never mind all the other bullshit NOISE about how to deal with them. Stop allowing them to do THAT, force the executive branch to ENFORCE our 1A rights and prosecute civil rights violations – when infringers hide behind section 230 force the judicial branch to ACKNOWLEDGE the reality of constitutional law superseding lower state and federal statutes.
You see what Democrat activists do to Justices they perceive as right wing – lol atm they’re showing up at the houses of these judges to protest.
Am I wrong to think (short of violence) they’re not even wrong to do so, and that these judges should be subject to the will of the people every bit as much as everybody else in positions of power?
In my book, tit for tat is fair play and so is accountability to we the people. We all have the right to peaceful assembly.
Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe sits down with a federal agent to talk about “a number of troubling things that are happening within the FBI” including that “P.V. appears to be a victim of political undertakings, which is where this agency has gone,” May 11th…
He also said, “that the direction that the agency is headed in troubles the vast majority of the agents.” I certainly hope that’s true, and if it is… I’d say it’s long past time more whistleblowers step forward to help us blow the lid off all the corruption we can see bubbling out.
Joe Oltmann and Ashe Epp talk with Patrick Colbeck about the premiere and rollout of Dinesh D’Souza‘s new documentary – which just so happened to collide in the news cycle with the leak of an upcoming SCOTUS decision – and how the evidence showcased ties into and corroborates evidence amassed over the last year and a half through other analysis and investigations of the 2020 election theft, May 6th…
2000 Mules exposes and publicizes evidence definitively proving massive, widespread, coordinated voter and election fraud obtained by True The Vote and hyper focuses on the primary method of ballot stuffing – used in conjunction with several other tactics exposed across the country since Nov. 4th, 2020 – through geo-location tracking data, commercially available, and video surveillance footage provided by state and local governments.
The documentary can be thought of as a highlight reel assembled to demonstrate the overall picture, but there are several millions of dollars worth of cell phone ping data and over 4 million minutes of video footage corroborating the data.
A court case on the precision of this technology makes that claim difficult to dispute. In response to the 2016 Supreme Court case, Carpenter v. United States, Justice Roberts wrote a 2018 opinion in which he describes the level of precision tracing afforded by pinging a cellphone using geofencing technology. “Accordingly, when the Government tracks the location of a cell phone. […] It achieves near perfect surveillance as if it had attached an ankle monitor to the phone’s user,” writes Roberts.