Voting #democrat is voting for #communism.
We've been at war with communism for 122 years. WHY on earth would I want to vote FOR IT, now?
When Idaho Legislator Curtis Bowers wrote a "letter to the editor" about the drastic changes in America's culture, it became the feature story on the evening news, people protested at the Capitol, and for weeks the local newspapers were filled with responses.
He realized then... he'd hit on something. Ask almost anyone and you'll hear, "Communism is dead! The Berlin Wall came down."
Though the word communism isn't used anymore, this film will show the ideas behind it are alive and well. Join Bowers for a fascinating look at the people and groups that have successfully targeted America's morality and freedom in their effort to grind America down. It's a well documented AGENDA. The following is a list of Communist Party members currently serving in our nation's congress.
The Congressional Progressive Caucus is now what the American Communist party call themselves; intended to deflect what they really stand for.
Source: Their own website:
Congressional Progressive Caucus Members
First Vice Chair
Sheila Jackson Lee
Special Order Hour Conveners
Eddie Bernice Johnson
Lisa Blunt Rochester
Jesus "Chuy" Garcia
Eleanor Holmes Norton
Joe Kennedy III
Mary Gay Scanlon
Bonnie Watson Coleman
Chief Rabbi Complains That Jews No Longer Have A Media Monopoly Because of the Free Internet
What does that tell you?
Moscow Chief Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt, president of the Conference of European Rabbis, hosted a high-level panel discussion at the Munich Security Conference titled “Combating hate crime” where he complained that people are using their new, unregulated freedom of speech in social media to say things he and his fellow Jews don’t like:
Together with the executive vice president of the World Jewish Congress Maram Stern, the panel was chaired by Chief Rabbi Goldschmidt and focused on the dangers caused by social media, including rampant anti-Semitism, far-right extremism and Islamophobia – all of which have found new life online.
A key agenda point addressed how social media channels spread messages faster and more efficiently than ever before and that more needs to be done to regulate these channels. The speakers concluded that tech giants are failing to deal with forms of racist hatred and the dissemination of extremist views across their platforms.
Speaking to the Munich Security Conference, Chief Rabbi Goldschmidt said: “The internet has created a vast arena in which those who hold a deep hatred towards religious groups, for instance, are able to share their views with others. More worryingly, they use a variety of platforms such as instant messaging to share dangerous tactics in their attempt to attack – both verbally and physically – those who do not subscribe to their way of thinking or choice of lifestyle. The evidence is clear: Hate and prejudice is commonplace on social media. The Halle synagogue on Yom Kippur and the mosque attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, are prime examples of digitally inspired attacks.”
Goldschmidt called on governments around the globe to regulate social media to avoid its misuse. During the debate, many agreed that technology has, to a certain extent, “broken” democracy. Peter Neumann, Director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR), King’s College London said that from a technological point of view “free speech actually is working against democracies” and that “hate speech, in particular, is a huge challenge for our democracies today.”