1A: a threat to Democracy

The New York Times says that the First Amendment is a threat to Democracy. Oddly, it was published on January 6, which is a convenient coincidence. How fortuitous. Almost like the events of that very evening were planned.

Five days later, the Financial Times takes it a step further and demands that the media censor companies like Fox News:

the president’s supporters were using both mainstream and more niche platforms to plot further violence. That justifies moves by Apple, Google and Amazon to restrict access to Parler, the “alt-tech” Twitter alternative beloved of the radical right.

There is definitely a movement underway to squash free speech.

Thousands of voices silenced

The left not just going after blogs and social media- they are now going after podcasts as well. The powers that be intend to shut down all media that is not state approved. See this report here.

I think it is obvious now that Qanon was a false flag operation designed to look as crazy as possible, so that its existence could be used to silence alternative media. We are now seeing that come to fruition.

I was trying to listen to conservative talk radio on Sirius and on Blaze TV, but the hosts are all suddenly saying that the election wasn’t as bogus as we thought, and that “we will get them next time.” Conservative talk has been brought to heel. Alternative media is all that is left.

Even if you don’t contact me, find an alternative server now, or your blogs and podcasts may be gone forever. An XML backup is no longer sufficient, as Blogger and WordPress no longer support migration by XML.

Democrat forever voting act

Congress will start early. They have introduced HR1, a 791 page act that will allow anyone to vote, same day voter registration, registration over the Internet, no ID requirement, and vote by mail without signature or any other verification of identity in order to vote.

Like I have been saying: If you think that the Communists will EVER lose another election, you are fooling yourself. Sure, a few token “tame” Republicans (Murkowski, Romney, etc.) will win an election here and there, so the Dems can claim “bipartisan support,” but the game is over.