When Comrade Obama said on October 30, 2008, that the United States was about to be fundamentally transformed, he was calling for the final stage of transformation of the United States from a republic to a democracy. Much of the transformation had already occurred, for instance we no longer had limited government, the Constitution or the law was no longer the supreme ruler of the land but the majority or those in power were, and we no longer adhered to rule of law but were now under arbitrary law. The only thing that had to be completed was the understanding that individual liberties endowed by God and must be under total control of government.
Journalist Amber Athey contended that the United States is not a free democracy after she was fired from a radio station after she tweeted about Vice President Harris’ outfit at the State of the Union address.
“We don’t really live in a free democratic society if you can’t criticize our most powerful politicians. I mean this is kind of like an elites versus the rest of us kind of story too,” Athey said while appearing on Hill.TV’s “Rising.”
Athey was criticized for her tweet in which she commented on Harris’ brown pantsuit.
“Kamala looks like a UPS employee — what can brown do for you?” Nothing good, apparently.” the tweet read, which many deemed as racist.
“Nobody when this tweet was first sent out thought that this was problematic. It was only a few days later when some left-wing activist got a hold of it and they were upset because I was saying that you shouldn’t have medical transitions for kids who are transgender,” Athey said.
“That sparked the whole backlash when they were looking for anything they possibly could to try to silence me, censor me, cancel me,” she added.
What has happened to Amber Athey is what happens under democracy. If the majority or those in power wish to limit your liberties, they do. In a democracy there are no limitations or restrictions on what the majority or those in power can do. In a republic, the individual liberties of all must be protected. In a republic, when the Supreme law of the land or the Constitution says there can be no abridgement of freedom of speech, the majority or those in power cannot limit anybody’s speech.
I know, I have written about this very topic many times. It is my hope that Freedom Loving Americans will soon come to realize that individual liberties are protected under a republic and are eliminated under a democracy. We must stop saying that our democracy must be protected and start to say that if we are to be free, we must transform our current democracy back to the republic we were given.
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