It's crazy how with control over virtually every corporate and social media platform, the power-seekers are so threatened by less restrictions of speech on Twitter. James Howard Kunstler explains the truth and consequences that are beginning to flow.
No matter the excuses that were given for locking us down and taking our freedoms, the fact remains that these tactics did not work to stop the spread of a virus. Paul Rosenberg says the fact that everyone got it anyway is a good reason to recalibrate to reality instead of fantasy.
With Democrats about to lose control of the House, there's justified concern that they will not have complete control of the narrative any longer. Jonathan Turley says this is why they're telling Facebook to "censor or else" and not to backslide on free speech.
No one wants to hear "I told you so" so instead I'll just note that "you were informed thusly" when it comes to the jab. Steve Kirsch wonders, why can't we talk about any of the sudden deaths that keep happening?
If you're serious about thinking for yourself, watch carefully for those who seek to change the meanings of words in order to control ideas. D. Parker says surrendering to the far-left on language is a losing strategy.