(Chris Parker, Headline USA) Several recent events, ranging from the FBI’s Mar-a-Lago raid to a recent Obama speech, provide evidence that the next presidential election is already being rigged, reported The Federalist.
Suspicions have been high around the FBI‘s raid of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence. Even Clintonite Marc Elias admitted that it was likely an attempt to prevent the former president from a 2024 bid.
“The media is missing the really, really big reason why the raid today is a potential blockbuster in American politics,” Elias wrote on Twitter. Elias highlighted the portion of U.S. Code § 2071 in his tweet, which would threaten with imprisonment or disqualification from office anyone who conceals, removes, or destroys public records.
And then there is the alarming speech presented by former President Barack Obama during an event at the University of Chicago. His goal: quell free speech online. Without providing evidence, Obama claimed, “a systematic effort to either promote false information, to suppress true information, for the purpose of political gain, financial gain, enhancing power, suppressing others, or targeting those you don’t like.”
“Roughly 40 percent of the country appears convinced that the current President was elected fraudulently and that the election was rigged” Obama also said, before claiming 30-35% of the country refuses to get the vaccine, calling them a “medical miracle.”
He then praised government regulatory standards that journalists had to follow in the past and suggested they might “help” with modern misinformation campaigns (starting at about 31 minutes and 46 seconds in the linked video).
If government mandates force online platforms to censor conservatives, the public will never have the opportunity to hear an opposing point of view. It’s similar to the strategy used by Nazis to silence their opposition.
The Left’s allies have already declared their roles. Twitter announced last week that it has begun implementing its Civic Integrity Policy, which immediately shuts down anyone who does not agree with the Left’s narrative regarding elections.
It’s also implementing community-based points – its own version of a social credit system – to help determine which posts comply with the narrative and which ones should be censored for telling the truth. Twitter’s version of a social credit system will mostly apply to politicians and public figures.