The hard left of the media, Big Tech, and the Democratic party is pushing the United States into totalitarianism.
The truth no longer matters. Freedom no longer matters. and individualism is no longer allowed in this country.
During the 2020 election, all three proved that voters do not decide elections. Those who are willing to do anything to win did. We need to say, “Enough” and push back against their destructive ideology.
The far leftists including their useful tools, the moronic Hollywood crowd are determined to shut down any opinion that is not theirs.
You can expect them to also try to destroy the Second Amendment which makes the First Amendment vulnerable to their attacks.
As in all dictatorships, in order to retain power, they must do away with guns, words, and religion. All three have been under attack by Democrats for years and now, it will only get worse.
For years, conservatives have warned about the left and their push towards socialism but this year with antifa and BLM, with the approval of the media, Big Tech, and the Democrat’s approval, are moving the goalposts towards communism and totalitarianism.
The difference between socialism and communism is the willingness to use violence and terrorism to reach their goal.
While many have warned about the rise of fascism or socialism in “the land of the free,” the ideas have largely been vague or fragmented, focusing on individual events or actors. Recent events, however, indicate that seemingly unconnected pieces of the oppression puzzle are fitting together to form a comprehensive system, according to Michael Rectenwald, a retired liberal arts professor at New York University.
But many Americans, it appears, have been caught off guard or aren’t even aware of the newly forming regime, as the idea of elected officials, government bureaucrats, large corporations, the establishment academia, think tanks and nonprofits, the legacy media, and even seemingly grassroot movements all working in concert toward some evil purpose seems preposterous. Is a large portion of the country in on a conspiracy?
The reality now emerges that no massive conspiracy was in fact needed—merely an ideological alignment and some informal coordination, Rectenwald argues.
Is our country lost or is there still time to save it?