The internet has revolutionized the way in which Americans communicate with one another, and that has the ruling class scrambling for cover.

You see, in this modern day of realtime feedback and publication, there is nowhere for the scumbags of the world to hide.  They can be outed and publicly shamed instantaneously, thereby eliminating them from the criminal underworld that was once clandestine.

Think of the internet at one big version of Wikileaks, with Wikileaks itself just being the tip of the spear.  We The People have this tool at our disposal, at least until Google fully implements the book-burning-esque manifestations of their “Good Censor” internal consortium.

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This mean, of course, that fibbing liberals have nowhere to scurry off to, either, as evidenced by the latest piece of undercover journalism by Project Veritas.

In a newly released video by conservative activist James O’Keefe, staffers for Tennessee Democratic senatorial candidate Phil Bredesen tell O’Keefe’s undercover reporters that the Democratic senatorial candidate had publicly “lied” about his supposed support for Brett Kavanaugh because he believed it would win over some of the moderate Republican vote.

In a secretly recorded exchange, two staffers for Bredesen’s campaign explained that while Bredesen said publicly that he would vote to confirm Kavanaugh, that was just a “political move” that Bredesen felt necessary because he was 8 points behind Republican candidate Marsha Blackburn and a strong majority of Tennesseans wanted to see Kavanaugh confirmed.

“Like, he wouldn’t really vote yes [for Kavanaugh,] would he?” an undercover reporter asked.

No, it’s a political move,” said one of Bredesen’s field organizers. “He thinks that, like, we’re down like half a point right now. It’s, like, really close and we’re losing by a point or two. So he thinks that if, like, by saying this he’s appealing to more moderate Republicans and he’ll get more of them to vote for us.”

This is exactly why we rejected Hillary Clinton for President back in 2016:  The unkempt and rampant corruption within the political ruling class.

Just watch this abhorrent behavior…

Meanwhile, Google is working overtime to literally and admittedly curb free speech in America to prevent conflict.


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