In a grim assessment, the pervasive corruption within the system stands as an undeniable truth. Rather than earnestly addressing and holding those engaged in corruption accountable, the establishments appear more inclined to silence and punish those who dare to expose the rot. The glaring injustice of this dynamic reflects a systemic failure that breeds anger and frustration among those seeking genuine accountability.
BREAKING: 7 Nashville officers were just placed on admin leave in connection with the release of the #NashvilleManifesto.
The powers that be are more concerned about finding the leaker than they are about the contents of Audrey Hale’s anti-white manifesto.
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) November 8, 2023
Investigative journalism is now considered a “criminal organization” according to @YouTube
Wait until you see what we have in store for tomorrow.
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) November 7, 2023
SEX: Biden's DOJ refuses to release names of Democrat politicians, bureaucrats, and military officers who paid $350-600 for sex from a human trafficking ring based in the Washington DC area. Why is Biden only prosecuting the prostitutes and not the Johns?t.co/aWSTIdNlkU
— @amuse (@amuse) November 8, 2023
Editors and publishers of the five media orgs who first partnered with Julian Assange – The New York Times, The Guardian, Le Monde, El País and Der Spiegel – call for his immediate release [Nov 2022] #FreeAssange t.co/aK6A186mJO pic.twitter.com/fVehSWUgiv
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) November 8, 2023