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Socialism Will Rise Again With This Generation

Time Heals All Wounds

What’s done, can never be undone. The pain, the scars and the shadows of failed socialist systems can never be completely undone.

Unfortunately, they can be forgotten.

The history books are happy to remind us if we are willing to read them.  Story after story of starvation, poverty, and death.  How many lessons do we need?

Still, we see people supporting Socialism like it’s some new concept.

Why is it that horrible ideas like socialism and communism never entirely die?

That’s not TRUE Socialism. No one has ever tried true socialism.

-Idiots Who Have Never Taken a History Class

This strange case of amnesia pops up right on cue when a society gets too comfortable. The cautionary tales of the past die with each passing generation.  Eventually, the scars of Communism and Socialism fade away as society gets lazy, entitled and stupid.

Guilt and Resentment are the Roots of Socialism

Throughout all my conversations with liberals, the same trends emerge.  For those who have enough, they experience guilt for those who do not.

For those who do not have enough, they resent those that do.  As a result, liberals create an infinite loop of guilt that validates the entitlement of others. This entitlement, in turn, feeds more guilt.

Socialists promote equal outcome over equal opportunity and success is a dirty word.  In the minds of socialists, if you have more than your neighbor, it must be due to greed and exploitation.

We are fighting for an unapologetic movement for economic, social, and racial justice in the United States. -Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Ahhhhh, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.  The new superstar Radical Democratic Socialist of the Left.  “AOC” as the media affectionately refers to her, is the face of the modern Democratic Party.

Her path to Congress was a modern tale of David and Goliath.  Shockingly, she unseated the veteran Democrat Joseph Crowley in the New York primary to win her seat as the youngest member of Congress in history.

Her campaign was an impressive mix of fueling guilt and resentment.  Her only real skill is being a social media savvy millennial with a passionate drive at achieving social justice.

Now that she’s in Congress, she’s using her newfound fame to push radical socialist ideas. Unfortunately, she’s proven time and again she no real knowledge of how our government or economy works.

Never the less, her ideas are gaining support.

Which proves one thing:

Socialism Needs a Generation Stupid Enough to Believe in it

And here we are.  We are living in a time where college campuses require “Safe Spaces” and grading systems are oppressive.

Honestly, this hurts for me to admit this, but AOC represents the air-headed, entitled and spoiled members of my generation.

Indeed, I’m a millennial and the nonsense coming out of my generation is embarrassing.

Our attention spans are shorter than a goldfish and gratification is instant.  Likewise, many millennials have never heard the word “No” because of the negative feelings that might come along with it.  Offending someone is now a violent crime and jokes are considered hate speech.

This generation appears to be the most educated of any generation ever.  College enrollment has increased by 240% since 1965, especially among black and Hispanic communities.

With all this learning going around, how is it possible that the largest voting demographic in the US supports socialism at such a tremendous rate?

Alright, let’s break this down.

Indoctrination

Schools all the way up from elementary to graduate are now liberal indoctrination centers.  Schools no longer teach hard work.  They teach what they have to, and if a student receives a bad grade, the parents harass the teacher instead of holding their child accountable.

Now, promoting gender identity is more important than building strong, resilient minds.

At one point in our history, college was where you went to explore new ideas, challenge your comfort zone and embrace change.  Today, they are expensive daycares for young adults who aren’t earning degrees worth anything.

Case in point, AOC graduated from Boston University with a degree in economics and still believes a 70% tax rate is the path to economic prosperity.

Instant Gratification

We live in a society where anything you want is right at your fingertips.

Don’t feel like cooking? No, problem. UberEats will deliver anything you want right to your door.

Not in the mood to go out, meet people and socialize?  Well, social media solves all of those problems and more.  We have a world of information at our fingertips.

Consequently, many (not all) in this generation have no idea what it feels like to earn anything. So many don’t know what it means to work hard, fail, get back up and try again.

Nope, now they have adult-sized temper tantrums that result in gratification because bad PR isn’t worth it anymore.

All you need now is someone relatable and good-looking to tell you that you deserve that job or that salary.  The things you don’t have are a right and by others requiring you work for them, is the worst form of oppression.  Soon, everyone you know is angry and resentful.

It’s time for a revolution.

When Ignorance Bands Together

Historically, when ignorance bands together, freedom and democracy dies.

The uneducated, the misinformed and the lazy find a remarkable amount of resilience and work ethic when they are trying to help themselves to what someone else has earned.

Time and again throughout history we’ve seen this stupidity turn violent and result in death.  Unfortunately, when they are successful, the only thing they succeed at is causing more suffering and death.

We’re looking at our future, patriots.  We’re looking at the death of our liberty if we don’t do something to stop it.

Socialism has been patiently waiting in the shadows for a generation stupid and lazy enough to resurrect it.

Wake up, America.  That generation is here.

the hateful left

I First Encountered The Hateful Left Nearly 20 Years Ago. It’s Worse Now

It’s hard to pinpoint when this deep, divisive animosity first washed over the country. The election of Donald Trump seems like the starting point to many. However, I can personally trace the beginnings of this back to my days in high school in the early 2000’s. That is when I first encountered the hateful left

This is admittedly anecdotal.

My Beginnings.

I grew up in New York in the 1980’s and 1990’s. My parents were Republicans and loved Ronald Reagan. Though I knew my parents were Republicans, neither of them were particularly outspoken. I knew they voted red and liked Reagan. That was about as much of a political “indoctrination” as I had growing up.

We never spoke about politics, policies, or programs at the dinner table. Politics just wasn’t a part of our daily life. I never heard my parents talk about it with their friends, and my friends and I certainly didn’t know or care enough when I was young. Flash-forward to high school, the year 2000, and the 2000 Presidential Election between George W. Bush and Al Gore. This is when I first encountered the hateful left.

The 2000 Election And The Hateful Left

I was not old enough to vote in the 2000 election but my high school was doing a mock election of sorts as part of a learning exercise in politics, elections, etc. Remember, I had no clue about politics. I had no idea who Al Gore or George W. Bush was. I didn’t know or care about their politics, views, or policies.

A classmate and I were talking about the upcoming mock election and he asked me who I was voting for. I said I was voting for Bush. Why? I dunno. He was the Republican candidate and my parents were Republicans. I didn’t care, so whatever. I should pull the lever for Bush. It’s a mock election at a high school in New York and I’m 17 years old. As a result, it’s not like it means anything, right?

The look on my classmate’s face, and I still remember it, is usually reserved for people who admit to torturing small animals.

“Ew, you’re a Republican?” He asked. “How could you be that?”

To repeat myself yet again, remember that I had no idea what a Republican was. To be 100% fair, I’m sure my classmate really didn’t either. We were 17 after all. However, he had been taught in some way, shape, or form; perhaps by his parents, that Republicans were bad. Not just wrong or misguided or a political opponent. But bad.

Imagine My Reaction

I was surprised. Shocked, maybe. The moment still sticks out in my mind almost 20 years later. I may have even felt ashamed. For some reason, I had “outed” myself as something that other people looked down on. Something bad. Something maybe even evil as far as they were concerned.

That was the first moment I felt hatred from “the left.” It’s anecdotal, sure. I have no idea what became of my classmate or what he considers himself to be today, politically speaking. Granted, he was not “the left” at 17 years old and every bit as uninformed as I was. But whomever put that attitude in his head sure was.

It continued into college.

College Days

My experience in college was not as crazy as you hear about today. But the hateful left was there as well. There are a few moments that stick out in my mind as examples of what could be considered “hatred” by “the left” in college. I’ll stick to one for now.

I had just started school. This would probably have been barely a year after the exchange in high school. My first year in college and one of my first classes. A representative from a local New York organization came to speak with one of our classes.

This organization is relatively well known in New York and I won’t mention them by name. Primarily, they work towards social and environmental reform in and around New York State. The individual speaking (they may have been a student but I’m not sure), was pitching the organization and trying to get volunteers to come get involved. After telling us about all the things they were working on, I was interested. I mean, why not get involved, right? Maybe I could do some good.

The speaker said at the end of her talk that if we were interested to come see her and sign up.

“Unless you’re a Republican,” she said. “If so, then f**k you and we don’t want’cha.”

And just about everyone, including the professor, laughed.

Nothing To See Here?

It wasn’t the foul language. I’d heard plenty by then. I didn’t grow up sheltered. As a teenager, I was as foul-mouthed as they come. Still am, sometimes. But it was all of it. This person had been invited or at least allowed to come and speak to a Freshman college class. She cursed half the country and said “we don’t want you in our group.” The professor, leader of the class and a representative of the school, laughed and went right along with it. The hateful left strikes again.

Therefore, the message was clear. Republicans were not welcome at my school. If it wasn’t clear from that moment, it became clearer in the months and years ahead. I experienced or witnessed similar moments. Nothing was violent or traumatizing, mind you. But it was there and it was accepted.

If I had any Republican classmates, they didn’t out themselves. Classroom discussions about any social, government, or economic issue had to be given a left-leaning curve to it otherwise you weren’t taken seriously. No one voiced opposition. That the left-leaning perspective was the correct one was a foregone conclusion. Of course this is the right view to have. Anything else would just be ridiculous, if not evil. I, like many others, put my head down, did my work, and didn’t get involved.

This ridicule, condemnation, hatred, or spiteful feelings about the opposition were only coming, as far as I could see, from one side. The left. Republicans were the punchline to jokes. George W. Bush was literally Hitler (yes, it was said back then too), and anyone who was even slightly “on the right” was basically not welcomed in with open arms.

No, It Did Not Start With Trump

People like to speak about Trump as the cause of all this. That’s far too convenient. President Trump will not be remembered for being a great Statesman or an eloquent speaker. His rhetoric is charged, no doubt. However, as others have pointed out, Trump is not the cause. Trump is the effect. He is not the disease, but the symptom. Trump is not the beginning, and he may not be the end either.

The election of Trump is a response by Republicans for years of being demonized by their opponents.

Think aborting a baby is bad? You’re a misogynist who hates women. Want to own a gun? You support school shootings and love dead teenagers. Think there’s problems with welfare and it needs to be reformed? You hate poor people, you monster. Do you dare think that maybe the government running healthcare is a bad idea? Wow, now you hate sick cancer patients and want them to die. This is the hateful left.

Bubbling For Years

Years of this, fueled by fiery political rhetoric from the hateful left, and propped up by a corrupt and biased media which is essentially the propaganda arm of the Democratic Party (except for Fox News which is the same thing, just in the opposite direction), has led to this.

First, Republicans sent the good ol’ boy establishment GOP guy from Texas and he was called an illiterate moron who was somehow also literally Hitler and evil.

Then, Republicans sent the war hero whom the left has only recently decided they like again now that he’s deceased. He too was literally Hitler and according to Democrats and the media, probably senile and going to die in office. Then along came Mitt Romney. Perhaps the most morally decent person to seek the Presidency in the last several years. He too, was maligned as a rich misogynist with “binders full of women” who was going to bring back slavery.

Finally, Republicans said f**k it. This country is a china shop and we’re sending in the bull.

By The Way, I’m Not Even A Republican

I never felt like I was “raised to be a Republican.” It wasn’t a core part of my childhood. I certainly was not raised to hate my political opponents. Nor was I raised to think they were bad people. Certainly not evil.

I’m not even a Republican. When I turned 18 I registered to vote. My registration says “Independent.” It did then and it does now. Perhaps in part due to my upbringing I tend to side more with “the right” on issues, but I’m not a Republican and never have been.

So no, I’m not even a Republican. But based on my experienced with the hateful left as well as the behavior of the Democratic Party, I’m sure as hell not that either. I didn’t #walkaway from the Democratic Party. They never wanted me there to begin with.

Trump Should Troll the U.N with a Gay Ambassador

Nikki Haley Breaks the Heart of America

Nikki Haley rocked the Republican community this morning when news broke that President Trump accepted her resignation. Haley, known for being bold and unapologetic, has frequently called out other countries for hypocrisy or injustices. Unfortunately for us, Haley will be leaving her post just short of two years as U.N Ambassador.

Hopefully, Nikki Haley will find herself in an even better position within the Trump administration. Her career has been nothing short of inspiring for women all around the country, and we can only hope she continues to serve our country in some capacity.

In the meantime, Trump now has an opportunity to do what he does best; Troll the Left.

The Next U.N Ambassador (We Hope)

May we present you with the next (we hope) U.N Ambassador, Richard Grenell.

Grenell is currently serving as the Ambassador to Germany. His nomination came from the one and only Donald J. Trump.

“Well of course he did,” says the Left, “He’s a white guy.”

Yes, he is, but he is also the only openly gay Republican serving as an ambassador. By nominating Rick Grenell to be the US Ambassador to the U.N, President Trump would be reaching epic levels of trolliness.

And that’s something we can get behind all day.

So Much Trolling

Not only will the Left’s wheel of oppression fall off its gears, but now homophobic nations will be face to face with someone they usually throw off a building.

It’s no secret that the Left wants to pain our POTUS as a homophobic, racist, xenophobic bigot. The problem is, he keeps destroying that narrative almost weekly.

Just last week he nominated a black man for surgeon general and not long before that, he appointed the first black female general in the Marines.

It’s about time we put the homophobic claims to rest as well. Choosing Rick Grenell would help nicely.

Next, despite the love that the Left has for Muslim countries, these are places that still openly target their gay citizens. Just last month, Indonesia “spared” two lesbians of 100 lashes and opted for “rehabilitation” instead.

Imagine being one of these countries who punish homosexuals and considers such a person guilty of a crime. Now they are face to face with an individual who, in their country, would be stoned to death. Ouch.

Not only that but many of the more progressive countries like the UK and Germany will undoubtedly see this as a step in the right direction for the US. However, these are also countries that have opened their borders and tolerate the invasion of Muslim refugees into their communities.

Everyone grab their popcorn. We would see a trinity of Presidential trolling unfold on a global stage.

Kavanaugh

Coping With Kavanaugh, AKA What Happens Next?

After a heated debate, it looks as though Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed to the Supreme Court this weekend with a vote of 51-49 or possibly 50-50. If the latter is the case, Vice President Mike Pence will cast the tie-breaking vote. Should that come to pass, it’s not exactly a secret what the VP will decide.

After an intense, heated, vitriolic ordeal; the end is near. For half the country, the impending appointment will come as a sigh of relief. For the other half, however…. well, it remains to be seen how they’ll react once the vote becomes final.

All that leads to the question of what happens next? Where do we go from here? On that note, a few thoughts.

Your Life Is Not Over

The Supreme Court is not supposed to have this much power or control over our lives. Even if it seems as though it does, it really doesn’t even in modern times. The primary function of the Supreme Court is not to legislate. It is to serve as a Constitutional check on power for the Legislative (and Executive) branch of government.

Ask 10 random people in your life what their favorite Supreme Court decision was and Roe V. Wade doesn’t count. Odds are, you’ll get 10 blank stares. The reason? The average person is barely aware that the United States has a Supreme Court, let alone who’s on it, what cases it hears, and what decisions are made.

Beyond that, try asking 10 people which Supreme Court decision has had the most positive or negative impact on their life. Again, Roe V. Wade doesn’t count. 10 more blank stares. Mind you, it’s not that Roe V. Wade isn’t/wasn’t a landmark Supreme Court case. It was. However, beyond that extremely well-known case, most people (myself included) simply don’t pay attention.

The Supreme Court does have power. Their decisions do impact our lives. However, for the average American on an average day? The Supreme Court isn’t really on their mind.

Kavanaugh Isn’t Who You Think He Is

There are a few things that Brett Kavanaugh is; and a few things he isn’t. There are also a few things he might be. If you’re inclined to believe he’s a crazy, alcoholic, rapist: well, probably nothing will convince you otherwise. A well-respected judge? Prior to his nomination, yes. An Originalist? Yes. Right-wing? Sure. Is he on the level of a Clarence Thomas? Yes.

There’s no way of getting around the fact that Brett Kavanaugh is a conservative Republican, picked by conservative Republicans, and vetted by conservative Republican groups. That said, he’s not the Nazi extremist many are making him out to be.

Does he favor overturning Roe V. Wade? Probably yes, as most conservatives do. Would he? Probably not. The Supreme Court does not get to decide to revisit an old issue just for the hell of it. A law of some kind would have to be created, then challenged, then work its way up the system to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court would have to decide to hear the case. Then, they would have to decide to rule on it one way or another.

That’s a lot of “ifs.” It isn’t outside the realm of possibility, but it certainly isn’t imminent. Nor is it clear that the likes of Kavanaugh and Gorsuch would vote in such a way. The thing about Originalists is that they’re very “letter of the law” when it comes to their decisions. This means that the law has to be soundly written and applied, leaving little room for interpretation.

This stands in stark contrast with activist judges (on both sides) who seek to cram square pegs into round holes; making a law fit no matter what.

In any case, should an “overturn” of Roe V. Wade occur, the issue would simply go to the states where they can decide whether or not to keep it. In my opinion, there’s nothing wrong with this approach. Let the governors and state legislators decide what is best for their direct constituents; to whom they are most accountable.

The End Is Nowhere Near

There may yet come a challenge to Roe V. Wade in the future. However, the notion that Kavanaugh will spend his first day on the court taking a red pen to the decision is factually incorrect and absurd on its face. It’s as absurd as the notion that this “right-wing takeover” of the Supreme Court will turn women into property, enslave all minorities, and disband democracy.

The frenzy that those on the left have worked themselves into is as dishonest as it is counterproductive to their goals. Have you noticed how the “Trump is a Nazi” rhetoric has died down? Part of that is organic and part of that is planned.

When most of the President’s family is Jewish, (or married into Judaism), is BFF’s with Israel, deports an actual Nazi, and moves the US embassy to Jerusalem; it’s kind of hard to keep up that sort of rhetoric. The “Literally Hitler” crowd has quieted and it’s partially because there’s no traction to be had with such an argument.

Of course, the extreme left still thinks Donald Trump is literally Hitler. The same way the extreme right thinks Obama is literally a foreign-born terrorist. Both are silly and counterproductive. All it takes is for Donald Trump to, you know, not be Hitler; or for Obama to, you know, not do terroristy things.

A Low Bar

When the bar is set that low, the enthusiasm for any conspiracy theory fizzles. Most importantly, moderates who may otherwise share your views tend to drop off as well. They say “okay, well, this guy isn’t really Hitler…. so what the hell are they talking about?”

I know, because I’ve gone down the “Hillary Clinton is a satanic priestess who eats babies” internet rabbit hole in the past. There’s not a lot of substance to be had there. Sometimes these things gain traction briefly. When they don’t add up, you’re left looking ridiculous.

The bar is being similarly set low for Kavanaugh. All he truly needs to do to quiet the extreme rhetoric is, you know, not declare that all women are baby factories who are owned by men. He’ll no doubt receive more attention than most Supreme Court justices (save for the Democrat’s love affair with the Notorious RBG), but that too will fizzle. He’ll vote on the same ho-hum issues that most Americans don’t care about and we’ll soon forget all about how he was going to declare that all women were now property with no legal rights.

The good thing is that even if Kavanaugh wanted to decree such a thing (I’m fairly certain he does not), it would mean nothing and he’d be decreeing it to no one. Why? Because the Supreme Court doesn’t decree anything. It cannot, and does not go off on a legislative tangent just for the hell of it.

If the country really believed we’d elected “literally Hitler” in 2016, there would be far more resistance to him than the so-called #resistance. Democrats in Congress talk a good game but mostly give Trump what he wants. They vote for his budgets, his spending, and to expand the powers of the Executive branch with regularity.

The #resistance exists on Twitter. It doesn’t really exist in Congress.

So, What Happens Next?

Susan CollinsWhat happens next is anyone’s guess. How will the extreme left react this weekend? We’ll see. I have a feeling it will be neither pretty nor quiet. The behavior of Senate Democrats as well as leftist protesters during this ordeal has been nothing short of laughable at best, and reprehensible at worst.

Apparently sending Susan Collins coat hangers in the mail as a cruel nod to abortion didn’t have the desired effect. Or doxxing Senate Republicans. Or screaming about white male patriarchy because that always works. Yes, truly this is the work of sane, well-balanced people and not, you know, crazy.

Mind you, I don’t begrudge anyone their right to protest. I just wish their protests were more grounded in reality as opposed to regurgitating hypocritical pseudoscience pop culture psychobabble buzzwords. I mean, it’s just sort of silly, that’s all.

But it is amusing and the memes are good so, you know, silver lining there.

The right to protest is enshrined in the Constitution. So, whatever they do; Leftist activists should take solace in the fact that having Originalists on the court means that right isn’t going anywhere.

I just hope the irony isn’t lost on them.

Doxxed

CoTR Member Gets Doxxed for Being Conservative

Doxxed: A Definition

Getting “Doxxed” is something that started with the Hackivist group Anonymous. It is also something that WikiLeaks started doing as well they started publishing leaked confidential or top secret information.  Once other activist groups noticed this was an effective method of publicly shaming their targets, it became common practice for activists.

And so started the trend of doxxing people you don’t agree with you. (The horror)

Doxxed DefinitionAlright, so let first establish what doxxing is.

That right there says it all.  The act of publishing private information for malicious intent.

Doxxing has become so common; there are many online articles advising you on how to prevent it.

There are even articles detailing how it can quickly ruin your life.  I mean, duh.  Someone publishing your personal information online in an attempt to shame and discredit you is scary stuff!

 

So imagine my surprise when a CoTR member emailed me to tell me how he was getting doxxed at work!

 

Thought Police Hard at Work

I’ve noticed an alarming trend with left-leaning organizations and their people:

They feel a societal obligation to to state their opinion even if it’s unrelevant and not even asked for.  They also feel obligated to act as thought police as if to save the rest of society from something they have decided is offensive.

At the Closet on the Right, we actually respect someone’s privacy so we will refer to our member as “G.”

Thought PoliceOn Wednesday, as G arrived at work, his boss notified him he received an anonymous letter.   That’s right; he received a 12-page letter with screenshots of G’s Facebook posts with big, bold notes.

Each screenshot was aggressively labeled with “LIE,” “BIAS” and “FALSE.”

According to the anonymous Thought Police, since G works in a government court setting, he is supposed to remain unbiased.

Oooooook. If G were a Judge or even an attorney, sure, it would probably be wise not to broadcast political opinions.

However, G is merely supporting staff.

His job in no way affects the outcome of cases so any bias or opinions he holds are irrelevant.

The fact that someone took the time to screenshot, print, look up the address and mail in this information is appalling by itself.  Cmon now, seriously?!?!

 

Liberal Logic

Once again we gain a lot of insight into the mind of liberal.

This person legitimately thinks it’s his/her obligation to not only silence G but to publicly shame him in the process.

As if right out of the liberal handbook:

Disagree with someone? see pg. 5

Page 5.  Identify target.  Commit character assassination and make every attempt to destroy his life.  (It’s their fault for not agreeing with you.  THEY DESERVE IT)

The Left is actively waging war on Free Speech and the exchange of ideas.  Not only do they work together in groups to take down opponents (I’m looking at you Senator Feinstein and Chuck Schumer),  but individually they have tasked themselves with this mission as well.

No matter how reasonable your argument is, no matter how many facts you have, a discussion is not an option. Anyone not agreeing with them is a threat and is considered the enemy.  As a result, the Left can smear and attack anyone based on this logic.

As we can see, they are willing to eliminate free thought by any means necessary.

A Word From G

Dear Anonymous,

I get that you disagree with me. I hold zero animus to you, even if I knew who you are, and I think I do. People will disagree with things, I had a disagreement last week with a friend, she didn’t like the article I shared because of X, I didn’t see X. But that is what happens, no one agrees with everything everyone says unless you’re in a prison/convict setting.

 

If there is something you want to tell me, please, just tell me. Here, on the FB instant messenger, call, email, or a really crazy thought, block me. You don’t need to read what I’m posting, I won’t be hurt if you’ve hit that unfollow or block button.

 

Instead the implied threat that, should I not remove the “offending” posts or delete my entire account, since you will be watching, that further letters will be forthcoming. I have a fan……oooohhhhh….. ahem, sorry. Let’s follow through with that.

 

On a given day I look at FB a few minutes in the morning, scrolling through a bit at maybe 20 posts. I usually then go on to play my games, then to work. During the day I might look at some posts while I have downtime in, well, I do wash my hands afterward. When I get home I go through a few more than that. However, I do not live my life on FB. I see some things that are amusing, maybe a good point here or there, something I think is important to pass along. Usually so much has passed me by on my timeline it’s hard to keep up. I actually wasn’t sure if what I’m posting is even read, so thank you for the encouragement there.

 

Now, you are not liking some of the material I am forwarding. Therefore you feel the need to send further letters to my work because you are concerned as a citizen that somewhere that’s over 2,200 miles might have a problem with an employee with a bias problem? I’m sure you are concerned with all the courts around the U.S., scouring every FB users’ account looking with equal scrutiny for Anti-Trump or pro-Democrat policies. I would love to see those letters, please do forward them here.

 

Let’s continue with the line of thought here. I am going to continue to post what I want to post, whether it meets your approval or not is not my concern. Which you’re probably going to object and send further letters to my work, in the hopes of what exactly? To have me fired? It will be an annoyance, but I’ll get another job. However, the at-most-stretching up to an hour I spend on FB will then become all day on FB, sending hundreds or maybe thousands of posts from all sorts of websites.

 

So I leave it up to you.

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