Hey, Boomer Constitution cucks, how’s the state of affairs in your little happy world today, eh?
My guess is that your life is pretty much going swimmingly aside from a few minor health problems – your bills are being paid, your bank accounts aren’t half-bad, and your (((reverse mortgages))) are still yielding awesome spending money for trips around the tropical areas of the world.
Most of all, you still have your guns, and the overpriced gold and silver you purchased after seeing commercials on Fox News is still gathering dust wherever you chose to store it.
Nothing terrible has happened, right?
Well, I kind hate to break the news to you (that’s a lie because I actually find it fun in a darkly humorous way), but despite all the whining and Revolutionary War LARPing about how the Second Amendment will protect the First, freedom of expression is no longer a thing.
Don’t believe me?
Well, why don’t you ask Christopher Cantwell, who was forced back into his jail cell today after having his newly-granted bail snatched away due to the danger of his “hate speech.”
A judge denied bond for white nationalist Christopher Charles Cantwell Thursday evening.
The 36-year-old appeared in Albemarle General District Court Thursday morning, Aug. 31, where the judge set the bond at $25,000.
Cantwell is charged with three felonies – two counts of illegal use of tear gas and other gases, and one count of malicious bodily injury – in connection to the torch-lit rally at the University of Virginia on Aug. 11.
The commonwealth appealed the bond decision, arguing Cantwell could be a flight risk to the community. After a long back and forth battle between the defense and commonwealth during another hearing Thursday afternoon, a judge ruled that Cantwell is a flight risk because he has no ties to the Virginia area, and his hate speech makes him a threat to others. The decision came down a little before 7 p.m.
“We’re obviously very grateful for the courts decision to deny bond to the defendant in this case,” Albemarle County Commonwealth’s Atty. Robert Tracci said.
Interestingly enough, it seems as if the destruction of freedom of speech is making progress far differently than it did in Europe, Australia, Canada, etc…
Over there, laws were essentially enacted without much consultation or consent by the people, while here in America, we see the Judicial System and private corporations taking the initiative on behalf of the Jews and Communists.
Whether it’s internet-linked companies and registrars attacking the rights of sites like The Daily Stormer, Infostormer, and Stormfront to exist, or whether it’s a judge deciding that mean words (no violence even involved here) pose the same risks to bail release as a lengthy record, vagrancy, or a history of violating pretrial probation, the fact remains:
We are no longer a free people in any sense of the word, and it’s hilarious indeed to think that a few years from now we may remain the most heavily-armed civilian populace in the world minus everything that our weaponry was supposed to protect in the first place.
And please don’t think I’m implying that we should resort to violence – I’m just stating an observation that I find highly fascinating.