Schumer: ‘We Are Going to Fight…to Let Everybody Vote – Everybody’

JD Wed, 11/14/2018 - 15:18
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Here's the real problem for the continuing political malaise, the corporate nominating and voting system, not censorship on the Spynet. LoL At some point, I'll address judicial tyranny through passage of the 17th Amendment. Unfortunately, I heard Roger Stone on the Alex Jones' Show parroting Alex's nonsensical idea that regulating the Spynet will somehow protect it or "free" speech. LoL ... ah, fascism again. Fascism generally starts with the regulatory apparatus, but it does NOT remain limited to mere regulation. Although I don't even like the Department of Justice becoming involved in Jones' spat with private companies over racketeering, Jones' does have a case for collusion. Personally, I'd only recommend a break-up of certain companies on the Spynet and nothing else. Re-read my writings on this subject if necessary. What Jones and Stone are apparently suggesting extends much further than merely breaking up some larger companies. Heh, Roger, if the regulatory apparatus of the federal government is applied to allegedly protect speech, will the Spynet after regulation then be the same Spynet before regulation that allegedly allowed D. Trump to become POTUS? LoL Hint: the answer is categorically NO, even if speech is somehow miraculously "protected" by the process of federal intervention which it won't be.  ;)

 

Just a couple of months ago, I suggested that the Spynet was destined for regulation and the regulatory apparatus would eventually be used to even control access to it. I warned at the same time that readers should start the process of abandoning perpetual connectivity to the Spynet and prepare for the abandoning it altogether one day. See why, yet? Personally, I'd ignore Jones and crew at Infowars. Beware what you ask for, Roger. The choice is yours to make.