As a student of history, it is important that unbiased evaluation overrides political, social, or personal leanings. I have written numerous blogs on politics, corona virus and events that are shaping our country, each designed to educate not alienate. However, I see in the near future a national crisis approaching that unnerves me. The time has come to state the obvious; ”we are losing our country” to radical forces hiding beneath the thin veil of constitutional amendments.
Recent American politics have exposed the best and worst in our elected officials, most of whom are attorneys or former prosecutors, practicing their craft under the guise of congressional cover. The outcome is not a scripted Law & Order episode, it can make or break this country.
When Constitutional principles are weaponized, our republic is in grave danger. Never has this been more apparent than with the recent Trump impeachment “inquiry” kicked off by Nancy Pelosi- despite the lack of the serious offenses (treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors) required to do so.
The amount of censorship of conservative viewpoints on social media platforms is staggering- especially since most of the policy makers of these platforms are socialists with strong beliefs in Economic Pluralism. This blog is an in-depth interpretation of what that means for freedom of speech in social media, and explains exactly “how we got here”.
On paper, Socialism and Liberalism sound great! – Except when one understands the true intentions of the Democratic Party and the looming Big Brother of “The Shadow Government”.
Following up to his previous blogs about the Social Media/Government connection, Sal goes on to show you the danger of using AI platforms such as FaceApp- including Russian collusion, threats to our national security, and mining of your personal data.
In this 2-part blog, Sal goes through the surprising revolutionary war origins of “fake news”, governmental influence on corporate policies, and how dependence on social media has led to the unfortunate rise of “Economic Pluralism”.