How to overcome Silicon Valley’s censorship of patriotic voices? With the stroke of a pen!
This election marks a monumental, existential battle between the righteous cause of Patriots, and the secular machinations of Progressives – the latter being very much at work to consummate a “top down / bottom up” revolution against our country as founded.
This type of revolution was pioneered by Communists after WWII, and has been refined into what are now referred to as “color revolutions.” These have been successfully executed in multiple countries by an axis of George Soros affiliated organizations and the U.S. State Department.
Many of the same figures are currently at work executing same against this country!
Don’t take my word for it. Just do some online research concerning the “Transition Integrity Project,” as has been covered by online sources such as Revolver, The National Pulse and the Claremont Institute’s “The American Mind.”
Patriots know that Silicon Valley has been suppressing our voices, and this week crossed the Rubicon with outright censorship of reporting by the New York Post of an indisputably valid news story regarding Hunter Biden’s laptop and the smoking gun evidence of Biden family corruption thereon.
This has generated much flurry concerning amending the tech industry’s “Section 230” protections, as they are acting as publishers (and arguably also making in-kind campaign contributions to the Democrats). That’s all well and good, but we can’t wait for Congress or the regulatory state.
A little-known fact is that government employees enjoy First Amendment “free speech” protections that are non-existent for their private sector counterparts. This is because the First Amendment protects free speech from government suppression – and the government as employer would be “acting” if it unduly suppressed First Amendment free speech rights of employees (or others). Government employees’ free speech rights are not unlimited, especially while on duty – but there are protections for, e.g., their off-duty speech.
President Trump recently signed an executive order banning the use of “critical race theory” training in the federal workforce – and among federal contractors.
Why not sign a similar executive order extending First Amendment protections among federal contractors? Today?
Many, if not most, “private” tech companies are (probably) also federal contractors. The effect of such an executive order could be not only to protect the First Amendment rights of their employees, but also to prohibit them from infringing upon the First Amendment rights of U.S. citizens generally.
Ending tech companies suppression of American citizens’ Free Speech rights with the stroke of a pen.
That would be “Yuge!”
Mr. Wigand is the author of the book Communiqués From the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy (available on Amazon in both print and Kindle versions).
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