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Republican Leaders Cower


The New Republican Mascot

In times of crisis, you find out who the real leaders are. Our Republican leadership are cowards who care nothing about truth and justice. As long as they are not the ones being threatened, they just go along to get along.

At this point in time, whether the election was stolen or not is almost a moot point. What is important is that the majority of Republican voters believe it was and our political leaders caved to political and media pressure. Many actually sided with the Democrats.

Some Republican voters still believe it is possible to reform the Republican Party.


Here’s why. Politicians, both Democrats and Republicans, get most of the money, including dark money, for their campaigns from big donors. Politicians don’t represent us, they represent special interests. It doesn’t take newly elected officials long to figure this out. If they don’t fall in line, they don’t get the better committee assignments and leadership gets tight with election funds, they don’t get their share of pork to brag about to their constituents. Most fall in line quickly after leadership explains life in Washington to them.

Here’s what happened in GA and you can guess why Loeffler and Perdue were reluctant to “Fight for Trump”. They were being bought and paid for by special interests who wanted Trump out.

The Georgia Battleground Fund — the joint fundraising committee fueling the National Republican Senatorial Committee and the campaigns of Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler — has already deposited $31 million after three weeks of activity, according to a memo this week from Karl Rove, the veteran GOP operative leading the effort. The effort is sending Loeffler and Perdue as much money in weeks as some GOP senators raise in months — a necessary boost for their campaigns as Democrats outspend them in Georgia.

Rove wrote in the memo that his committee had increased its initial fundraising goal by about 20 percent, to nearly $43 million in total. That would require the committee to raise roughly $2.4 million per week in the run-up to the Jan. 5 races.  politico

All of these calls we have been making really don’t make that much difference. The next election is almost 2 years away and there will be some new crisis to get us all fired up to vote for Republicans by then. They are masters at doing whatever they want, lying about it, and then being on the straight and narrow for 3 or 4 months leading up to the election.

 Republican politicians could win this fight. Free speech, a free press, freedom to associate, religious freedom, gun rights, etc. The Democrats are restricting our 1st and 2nd Amendment Rights and the case should be made that this is a threat to all Americans. Well over 50% of the American people would agree with Republicans if they just had the integrity and courage to stand on the Capital steps and say it.

Is there a single Republican Senator with a backbone? Are they going to let the Democrats continue to persecute Trump supporters? I think we know the answer.

Free Speech

Free Speech Site

“Individuals are pressured to conform to the customs, beliefs, opinions, and attitudes accepted by the majority.”

John Stuart Mills 1859

From the censorship of Google, Twitter, Facebook, and the other members of the Trusted News Initiative (TNI), to the political correctness of the left, we see things we thought would never happen in the United States. After all, our Constitution guarantees Freedom of Speech, Freedom of the Press, Freedom to Associate, Freedom of Religion, and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. 

Now we see so-called news organizations banding together to censure news and opinion.

The Trusted News (TNI) Initiative partners will continue to work together to ensure legitimate concerns about future vaccinations are heard whilst harmful disinformation myths are stopped in their tracks.”

— Tim Davie, Director-General

Here’s a more complete description of TNI and their goal to stifle free speech.

The Trusted News Initiative (TNI) was set up last year to protect audiences and users from disinformation, particularly around moments of jeopardy, such as elections. The TNI complements existing programmes partners have in place.

The partners currently within the TNI are: AP, AFP; BBC, CBC/Radio-Canada, European Broadcasting Union (EBU),Facebook, Financial Times, First Draft, Google/YouTube, The Hindu, Microsoft , Reuters, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Twitter, The Washington Post.

The TNI cooperative framework has been jointly developed amongst partners, and relates to only the most serious disinformation, which threatens life or the integrity of the electoral process. This is entirely separate from and does not in any way affect the editorial stance of any partner organisation.

Here’s what we can do, but I need some help. I propose that we start posting on our sites we are not part of TNI and we support free speech. That way, as soon as you land on a site, you can see if it supports free speech.

Where I need help is my icon sucks. If someone could design a better one that would be great. If this catches on, we would need to create a policy for exactly what a free speech site is and isn’t.