To The Daily Sun,
Last week Scott Cracraft said, "Mr. Ewing's charge that the left is working to 'silence' the right is as amusing as it is ridiculous." Are you blind and deaf? The media showed us "the message of the right" being very violently suppressed — Mr. Ewing's "charge" is spot on!
UC Berkley invited one Milo Yiannopoulos to speak on campus — an openly gay man, one would think he would be welcomed on campus with open arms. He wasn't. The media gave us a glimpse of the vandalism and violent assaults on those who wanted to see this speaker. Because of our information age, there are many witnesses to the lengths to which the left fascists will go to silence the right. Don't tell us it didn't happen. That is exactly what we saw and heard.
Silencing the message of the right has been going on for quite some time. Nice of Cracraft to bring up one of the most blatant silencings ever: The John Birch Society. The John Birch Society is very much alive and well today (www.jbs.org).
Haven't heard of it? Why not? Because its pro-American message has been silenced by the left for many decades. The smear campaign against the John Birch Society my father remembered well. He had been asked to join the JBS, but, being on active duty, he could not. He retired after 21 years in the Air Force, and many years later, he did join the JBS. I was curious, and my research found the reason the media does not report on the JBS, is because it is the most pro-American organization in America. Yes, you are reading that correctly. The NWO/OWG (New World Order/One World Government) cabal tried to shut it down by smear campaign. Back then, people bothered to research things, and the worse the media had to say about the JBS, the more they swelled its ranks, the more informed people became, the harder it was for the NWO/OWG to accomplish their ends. Don't take my word for it, and don't take Cracraft's smearing either — get a copy of the Blue Book of the John Birch Society, the actual original speech of its founder – educate yourself! And don't believe anybody who says something doesn't happen merely because it is "protected by the First Amendment."
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