All over the Western world ever since 9/11 there have been incremental steps towards what many liberty advocates would call a “police state”; a system in which governments are no longer restricted by the boundaries of civil liberties and are given the power to do just about anything they want in the name of public safety. The use of “the law” as a tool for injecting tyranny into a culture is the first tactic of all totalitarians.
As I have noted in the past, in order to be a conservative one has to stick to certain principles. For example, you have to stand against big government and state intrusions into individual lives, you have to support our constitutional framework and defend civil liberties, and you also have to uphold the rights of private property. Websites are indeed private property, as much as a person's home is private property. There is no such thing as free speech rights in another person's home, and there is no such thing as free speech rights on a website.
Democrats are notorious for tanking the markets. Their ideas on massive government, wealth confiscation, and population control make it difficult to disagree with billionaire Leon Cooperman, who says the stock market will tank and lose 25% of its value if either Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders is elected.
According to Dr. Robert Epstein, a search engine expert, psychologist, and liberal Hillary Clinton supporter, the disgraced former presidential candidate has "long depended on Google for both money and votes." Dr. Epstein has come forward proving Google is manipulating elections in favor of tyranny.
In a political move that seems as if it was pulled straight from the Communist Manifesto, the latest cornerstone of freedom to fall victim to this appeasement campaign is none other than property rights. Mike Gravel, a former senator from Alaska and 2020 candidate, is currently selling “Private Property is Theft” yard signs to fund his campaign.