Tyranny isn’t a popular ideology in American; no matter what the collective left and their media led people to believe, Americans just won’t put their money behind cruel government control of the business; however, because of the assistance by our elected civil servants to control markets and make themselves some money, America is ripe for a Communist takeover.

After Twitter and Facebook banned President Donald J. Trump on Friday and Amazon, Apple and Google banned Parler on Monday, many Americans are furious.


Newt Gingrich reported that “The United States is close to being dominated by companies and wealthy individuals who are deeply indebted to – and afraid of – the Chinese Communist dictatorship.”


Consider this tweet by a freed Chinese Journalist, Jennifer Zeng, who reported the loss in market value on several companies who are behind the censoring and punishment of American supporters of President Donald J. Trump, and the censorship of Trump himself, who was kicked off of Twitter and Facebook, and not allowed to communicate with the American people.

Communism is dependent on economic dominance and an enemy to small business and free markets.

It was a shock to Americans to watch “Big Tech” shut down communication, and they have suffered from a loss of tens of Billions.


It is questionable whether these massive companies care at all about the loss of value they face, considering what a small percentage of their value they lost, and eyeing new relationships with Communists against the backdrop of a decimated small business landscape, the most likely won’t suffer at all. Still, it is noteworthy for education the American pubic that leftist is not actually the favored position of Americans, as they have been led to believe.’


With what they may see as a steady source of market dominance with the Communist’s support and with no competition from a small and independent business, if something is done in Washington DC to stop the shift in the climate, these companies will likely continue to be world leaders in their industry.

Americans will fight back; that should be expected; it is questionable whether the companies will care.

Americans will undoubtedly be bombarded with messaging that these companies are rescuing them and protecting them; that is how Cultural Marxism works, especially with censoring opposing viewpoints.

Trump did speak on Tuesday and chimed in about Big Tech Censorship, on Tuesday, on his way to Alamo Texas and said:

“Big Tech is doing a horrible thing to our country, and I believe it will be a catastrophic mistake for them, and I have been predicting it for a long time, and I think Big Tech has made a terrible mistake it is awful for our country, and it is leading others to do the same thing, and it causes a lot of problems and a lot of danger, and they shouldn’t do it.  There is always a counter move when they do that, and I have never seen such anger.  You have to always avoid violence. We have support now that is great.  Avoid violence.  Read my speech, it has been analyzed, and people say it was appropriate,” Trump said.


Kari Donovan

Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism.

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  • All these tech companies need to be taken out even if it’s by military force their money can be used to rebuild the cities that they help destroyed government needs to seize their holdings and put these people behind bars. Or do whatever it is they do for high treason!

    • You are right Jai vincent and we need to do it fast. Big tech has been censoring China for a long time now and look what has happened to them. This will happen all over the world if this continues to go on. Needs to be nipped in the butt now. Trump needs to call Marshall law if this is what it is going to take.

  • This article is kind of hard to read (& understand at times) with all of the typos… Seems like a good article, just wondering why it wasn’t proofread before being published??

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