U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for global action to curb disinformation and stop conspiracy theories in their tracks -- and to do so, he added, "We must make lying wrong again." In U.N.-speak, this is a call to crack down on free speech.
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Founding Fathers were concerned the military could become more powerful than the civilian-run government and as such put in place several safeguards to ensure the power of the people wouldn't be overruled by overreaching, well-armed, well-trained, war-like types.
Poll after poll after poll shows the growing pushback against Team Biden -- the growing buyer's remorse for President Biden. And Biden's globalist partners at the U.N. and elsewhere are now themselves growing anxious. After all, how to take over the world when America may not play?
A president has no authority to tell the people of America that his "patience is wearing thin" with them. A government bureaucrat has no right to express that thought to the citizenry who pay his or her salary.
America's in no mood for autocrats. Taking all the voters across all the political parties together -- nearly 59 percent "do not believe President Biden has the constitutional authority to force private businesses to require vaccine mandates for employees."
The concept of rights coming from God, not government, has been tossed on the trash heap, replaced by coronavirus fear fueled by political opportunists.