The socialist technocrats are moving onto their next logical targets.
Speaking on CNN, liberal Alex Stamos told host Brian Stelter that television providers must cut off access to the outlets One America News (OAN) and Newsmax, which are considered by right-of-center audiences to be more truthful than mainstream media companies.
“We are going to have to figure out the OAN and Newsmax problem. These companies have freedom of speech, but I’m not sure we need Verizon, AT&T, Comcast and such bringing them into tens of millions of homes,” said Stamos.
CNN senior reporter Oliver Darcy, who tweeted the exchange between Stamos and Stelter, agreed with the sentiment, writing: “Just a reminder that neither @Verizon, @ATT, nor @comcast have answered any questions about why they beam channels like OAN and Newsmax into millions of homes. Do they have any second thoughts about distributing these channels given their election denialism content. They won’t say?”
First off, the clear propaganda behind Darcy’s rhetoric deserves pointing out. Notice how he calls it “election denialism” for someone, such as the journalists at OAN and Newsmax, to cover the abundant evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
The phrase sounds similar to “holocaust denialism” and is intended to have the effect of shutting down anyone who discusses the problems with Joe Biden’s supposed “win” by making them appear ignorant and bigoted. It also tries to turn the storming of the Capitol on January 6 into an event akin to the Holocaust, and by association brand anyone who questions whether Biden legitimately won the election as an advocate of political violence.
The establishment has already taken down Twitter alternative Parler thanks to the coordinated efforts of Google, Apple, and Amazon (the former two blocked the social-media platform from their app stores; the latter kicked Parler off its servers).
Meanwhile, Facebook, Twitter, and other Tech giants are banning conservatives left and right. That includes the president of the United States, Donald Trump, himself.
Despite claiming for years that they were suspicious of the power of big business, the Left is increasingly treating multinational corporations, especially those of Silicon Valley, as the 4th Branch of Government, acting — in coordination with socialists in government — to silence, deplatform, and otherwise prohibit the participation of conservatives in their services.
The situation is becoming increasingly dangerous for those who refuse to bow before the radical Left. Getting booted off a social-media site is one thing. But being prevented from even being able to broadcast a station to the public is a much tougher obstacle to overcome. So is being able to carry out financial transactions.
The end goal of the establishment is to get such control over the economy that they can deny services to any and all dissidents. Are you guilty of “hate speech” (which leftists will soon define as anyone holding views to the right of Karl Marx)? Expect to have your bank account frozen, your access to supermarkets denied, your phone terminated, and even your electricity shut off.
If you’re naive enough to buy a smart car, they will even make sure your car doesn’t run if you’re a thought criminal. And remember how the Left is always championing public transportation? That’s because it’s so much easier to control and deny people movement when they depend on a state-run or state-contracted entity for their transportation needs rather than having that ability in their own hands in the form of an automobile.
Starting a business is hard as it is. Trying to create a new financial and technological ecosystem that gives conservatives alternatives to the institutions currently dominated by the Left (and, ultimately, by the Deep State) would be Herculean. But it’s an effort that must be undertaken if constitutionalist Americans hope to break free from control by the global elites.
President Trump has yet to reveal what his post-presidency plans are, though he and his supporters have hinted at everything from a news network to a super PAC. One thing the wealthy New Yorker, or other conservatives with money to invest, would do well to consider is an investment firm that can provide seed funds to the many different new enterprises that must be launched for Americans to escape from under the thumb of Big Brother.