Here we are the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave, right? Truth is, we no longer have the freedom to discuss what keeps us healthy. I can’t publicly mention which vitamins or prescriptions my husband, Ted Nugent, and I took to heal from covid on social media. I’ve already been permanently suspended from Twitter for a silly video where I lip-synced to a song.(Be prepared to say “no way”!)
The text was: Calling President Trump to ask when he’s coming back. I actually never said the words.
Meanwhile, Microsoft News reported that “Twitter has announced that Taliban spokesmen will be able to maintain accounts on its social media platform as long as they abide by the terms of service and do not use their tweets to advocate violence.
There’s also an attack on our religious freedom. Conservative Christians are being suppressed by big tech, too. Sometimes it feels like we’re in elementary school getting scolded by a mean teacher because we’re coloring outside the lines. If you are against anything democrats/mainstream media/big tech don’t agree with, you’ll be cancelled, too. Try it. I dare you.
Cancel Culture is real. We’re not the home of the free anymore. But we can still be the home of the brave. Support those influencers who can still speak out. Go to different platforms. Share content. Get involved in local elections and school board meetings, like so many of you already have. This country is worth fighting for.