Cancel Culture is in full force, canceling our freedom of speech, now more than ever before.
What is Cancel Culture? Cancel culture refers to the popular practice of withdrawing support for (canceling) public figures and companies after they have done or said something considered objectionable or offensive. Cancel culture is generally discussed as being performed on social media in the form of group shaming.
Cancel culture is the phenomenon of promoting the “canceling” of people, brands and even shows and movies due to what some consider to be offensive or problematic remarks or ideologies.
The most recognized cancel culture started in the spring of 2020 with the Covid (dare I say hoax) Black Plague plandemic that killed everyone in your neighborhood, but not really – that’s what the television wants you to believe.
Anyone speaking against their agenda is canceled.
Thousands of social media creators had their videos, posts and channels removed from platforms such as YouTube (aka eviltube), Facebook (aka Fakebook and evil book), twitter and more for posting “conspiracy theories” about covid.
Some Covid Conspiracy Theories (that are true)
- Empty Hospitals #filmyourhospital and #emptyhospitals – Hospitals were empty, while the lying news media would have you believe they were packed
- Covid isn’t killing people – People die from the flu each year (it’s the flu) and the television stopped reporting flu stats
- Masks don’t do anything – If you can smell perfume through a mask it isn’t protecting you from anything
- Hospitals aren’t very busy – Thousands of nurses and “doctors” (crisis actors) had time to make music videos
- Whistleblowers are being suicided – People exposing the truth are found dead of natural causes – Brandy Vaughan for exposing BIG PHARMA and Isaac Kappy for exposing Hollywood pedophiles (really spelled paedophiles) and John McAfee
- Politicians are pedophiles – Here’s some proof
- Presidential Election wasn’t rigged – they’re still working on this but election booths were wired to the internet, which is NOT ALLOWED. IP addresses of hackers were also found – heavy data traffic was found to come from China based on IP addresses. Again, voting booth stations should NOT be connected to any form of networking device, and yet, they were.
So many more “conspiracy theories” can be added to this list and I’m sure you know of some – let us know in the comments below.
Freedom of speech is one of the many great privileges people in free countries have and it’s being eroded by large social media platforms such as YouTube, twitter, Facebook and the government.
When the President of the United States (President Trump) is removed by twitter forever, that’s a massive red flag.
Today, freedom of speech is not allowed as it was intended by the U.S. Constitution. While many people can see what cancel culture is doing to our freedoms, others remain asleep at the wheel.
A recent list of my posts flagged by google as unreliable and harmful claims, along with dangerous or derogatory content
“Mr. Bean” actor Rowan Atkinson compared cancel culture to a “medieval mob looking for someone to burn.”
It’s the names not represented who are the true victims — like those who have had their college acceptances rejected because of a social media post they made in high school — who were canceled before they ever could get started. They are not famous, and their names are not known.
Not surprisingly, cancel culture cuts one way. If you say something too conservative and mildly offensive, the woke hall monitors on social media will find you. And if you’re famous, all the better, as Hollywood and corporate America seems to have embraced this new form of blacklisting.
10 Examples of Cancel Culture of Famous People
- Mike Lindell — The CEO of My Pillow said his company was ditched by nearly 20 retailers after he publicly questioned the electoral results of the 2020 presidential election and made his election fraud claims into a movie. Lindell is an unwavering supporter of former President Donald Trump and visited him in the White House on Jan. 15 — five days before Mr. Trump left office.
- Chris Harrison – The longtime host of ABC’s “The Bachelor” franchise decided to “step aside” after defending current contestant Rachael Kirkconnell when old photos surfaced of her attending an Old South antebellum party. “While I do not speak for Rachael Kirkconnell, my intentions were simply to ask for grace in offering her an opportunity to speak on her own behalf,” Harrison explained. “What I now realize I have done is cause harm by wrongly speaking in a manner that perpetuates racism, and for that I am so deeply sorry.”
- J.K. Rowling — The famous author of the Harry Potter series has faced backlash for voicing her fears that the push for transgender rights will ultimately endanger women’s rights. She’s since defended her comments on her website and joined 150 authors and academics denouncing “cancel culture.” These actions have only further infuriated her critics, who called for a boycott of her books and for her publisher to stop paying royalties.
- Adam Rubenstein — The former New York Times opinion editor and writer resigned from the paper in December, six months after its staff went into an uproar over a piece he edited by Sen. Tom Cotton. The column by Arkansas Republican argued for the federal government to “send in the troops” to quell violence in cities throughout the country in response to civil unrest following the death of George Floyd. Former editor Mari Weiss wrote on Twitter about the resignation: “Adam was hung out to dry by his own colleagues. Then he and his work were lied about, including in this mendacious editor’s note.”
- Gina Carano — The “Mandalorian” actress was fired by Disney after posting on social media that being a Republican in 2021 was similar to being Jewish during Nazi Germany. Her Hollywood agent dropped her, and Hasbro scrapped her “Star Wars” action figures.
- Tucker Carlson/Sean Hannity/Laura Ingraham — The prime-time Fox News opinion hosts have long battled with cancel culture and advertisement boycotts for airing their conservative views. Media Matters, a liberal group that opposes Fox, keeps a list of the network’s prime-time sponsors and routinely singles them out advocating for them to drop their advertisements if it deems a host says something particularly egregious one evening.
- Matthew Yglesias — The liberal opinion writer resigned from Vox, a publication he co-founded, after many of his woke colleagues found his articles too right of center. Mr. Yglesias argued against defunding the police this summer and took aim at the liberal term “Latinx” as alienating many people from progressive politics and the Democratic Party. He has since joined Substack, so he can voice his opinions more freely.Washington/Lincoln/Jefferson — The former U.S. presidents’ names have been wiped from San Francisco public schools after the school board decided to rename 44 schools that had “ties to racism” and “dishonorable legacies.”
- Sen. Josh Hawley – The Missouri Republican was dropped from his publisher, and Democrats have called for his resignation after he raised a challenge to the electors in Pennsylvania, siding with Mr. Trump and saying the state violated its own Constitution in conducting the 2020 presidential election. In the New York Post, he defended his actions, writing: “I, for one, am not going to back down. My book will be published, and I will continue to represent the people of my state without fear or favor, whatever the left or the corporations say.”
- Goya Foods — Liberals called for a Goya Foods’ boycott after the company’s chief executive Robert Unanue praised Mr. Trump at an event at the White House. Mr. Unanue said Mr. Trump’s leadership was a “blessing” for Hispanic Americans. The boycott turned into a “buycott,” according to Mr. Unanue. “Our sales went up significantly since the pandemic,” he told FOX Business’ Stuart Varney. “We did well because the restaurant business declined 70%, but we also did well because of the backlash of a boycott to a buycott. We have our traditional customers, we kept them, but we also have new customers.”
At the Republican National Convention in August, President Donald Trump and his cast of sycophants returned to a familiar refrain: “Cancel culture” is the devil, possibly the single greatest hurdle to making America great again. It must be stopped.
If you’ve been shamed on social media or rendered unpopular and possibly unemployed for committing an unpardonable offense (R. Kelly, Roseanne Barr, Megyn Kelly, and Chick-fil-A), you’ve been canceled.
Cancel Culture is people doing what people have always done well — judge others — only social media allows everyone to join the mob and wield a degree of influence.
Who do you think is behind the massive Cancel Culture movement regarding anything Covid-related?
What are your thoughts on Cancel Culture? Let us know in the comments section below.
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