Tag Archives: free speech

Hey, Gov: Take A Hike, Bum!

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has outlawed guns in the Albuquerque area for a month-long period after an ugly incident involving the murder of an 11-year-old. The death of a child is a hideous crime, but what’s even more hideous is this brazen leftist politician acting like she has the power to set the laws, never mind the public, the Legislature, the state’s body of laws or its constitution. She was elected to govern, not to serve as a de facto dictator.

It’s not surprising Lujan Grisham is a Democrat. That’s a party full of would-be dictators who repeatedly ignore our freedoms of speech, press and religion, not to mention the right to bear arms. The Democrats have turned our immigration system upside down, allowing criminals open access to our country without any controls on who can stay and who must go. They routinely violate our constitutional rights, pushing censorship, while also condoning pedophilia, abortion, just about any and every deviancy.

In short, New Mexicans need to give Lujan Grisham the heave-ho! Throw her out on the streets with the rest of the bums. Here’s more from Tim Pool on Timcast.

(Editor’s Note: See our related story containing more of the New Mexico details below).


Europe Broadsides Free Speech

Academic researcher and Freedom of Speech advocate David Thunder joins Redacted to discuss Europe’s new draconian Digital Services Act. Will it give bureaucrats unbelievable power to censor citizens who speak out against the official narratives? Will it act as a Trojan Horse to give even more power to European governments? Here’s more from Clayhton Morris on Redacted.

Ray Vahey, the founder and CEO of Bitchute, joins the SGT Report to discuss YouTube and Google’s tyranny, Bitchute, free speech and the war against humanity The full title of the episode is “Free Speech: Just No Free Reach?”

James Corbett’s Censored Talk

As mentioned in my recent conversation with Tjeerd Andringa, my TedX talk from 2014 has now been set to “Unlisted” on the TedX YouTube channel and it now sports a disavowal from Ted: NOTE FROM TED: We’ve flagged this talk because it falls outside the content guidelines TED gives TEDx organizers. TEDx events are independently organized by volunteers. Watch it in all its uncensored crimethink glory here.

FROM 2014: Since the rise of the internet people have changed from mere audiences into authors and editors. With pieces of technology small enough to fit the whole world into your pocket, a revolution might be on its way. The net is now mightier than the sword. This presentation was delivered at the TEDxGroningen conference in the Netherlands on November 20, 2014. Here’s more from James Corbett.

Fed Censors Bit In The Ass

In a major legal victory, a federal judge has slammed the brakes on the Biden administration’s alleged manipulation of big tech to censor social media. This ruling, spurred by a censorship-by-proxy lawsuit, prohibits key government agencies from inciting, persuading, or pressuring social media firms to censor content containing protected free speech.

The judge’s injunction, a result of litigation by attorneys general in Louisiana and Missouri, has signaled a substantial win for free speech advocates. The controversial practices of the administration, described as an alarming infringement on free speech, have been starkly spotlighted.

Despite potential appeals and continuing legal battles, this ruling has disrupted the Biden administration’s narrative control efforts and propelled concerns of government overreach into public discourse. More from the Next News Network.

Democrats Smear RFK Jr.

Another day of hearings calling Democrats out on their suppression of speech, connections to Jeffrey Epstein and the crimes of the Biden family! Robert Kennedy Jr. gets castigated and smeared by the bums because he speaks out against their rank censorship. Here’s more from RedPill78.

It’s Unconstitutional!

The ACLJ’s Jay and Jordan Sekulow break down the monumental U.S. Supreme Court decisions of the week, which resulted in major wins for conservatives, including the dissolution of the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness plan.

The student loan decision, especially, was a huge loss for Biden, who all but guaranteed the debt forgiveness as part of a campaign promise. Problem is, says Jordan Sekulow, Biden actually acknowledged he didn’t have the power to do this alone and Nancy Pelosi even confirmed the plan would require legislation. “Well, the court picked up on that,” Sekulow said. “The court decided this student loan program does not follow under the HEROES Act, which allows delays, but not forgiveness.”

Here’s more with the Sekulows on the major rulings in defense of the Constitution and free speech.

Our Modern-Day Icarus

Joe Rogan might be the best, and certainly one of the most popular, social commentators nowadays. But just Icarus, Rogan is flying too close to the sun.

He needs to be careful because he’s entering a danger zone. His enemies could soon try to shoot him down, leaving him — heavily wounded if not dead — as a free speech martyr. Here’s more from Lionel Nation.

Does Elon Support Free Speech?

Elon Musk makes a lot of headway playing a free speech advocate, but he is still engaging in censorship on Twitter. In one of his latest moves, he banned Matt Walsh’s film What Is A Woman, before turning around and allowing the film to exist on Twitter. Mr. Reagan expresses relief that the film will remain online, but also disappointment with Musk for equivocating on his anti-censorship pledge.

Left Losing The Information War

Twitter targeting hoax. The election was rigged.

If you support free speech, avoid the mainstream media. Its lies are failing. Do not bend. Do not be dragged down in the information war.

Kari Lake is on fire. The FBI is exposed. The woke left is losing on the battlefront. Pray! More from And We Know.

It Took This Long For A Reason

Why did it take so long for the patriots to gain a toehold over the Shadow Government? Here, And We Know explains how there are many strings attached and moving pieces that are all interconnected.

Fallout continues from former President Donald Trump’s Town Hall on CNN. Many in the fake news have been lambasting the appearance, but there are signs of change. Fox News now wants to air some of Trump’s campaign speeches and appearances. So the blanket media blackout against Trump is coming to an end.

Also in the news: What gives with Elon Musk’s establishment choice for CEO of Twitter? Is that manageable or will it ruin one of the only legitimate free-speech outlets?