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how to fight economic prosecution (boycotts, cyber bulling of the customers, advertisers)
02/11/19 at 01:26:50
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The propanda machine of the Bribes-R-Us party,  is engaged in economic prosecution of small business/people who did not pass their thought-police test.

So question is, how can we proactively fight that onslaut on the freedom of speech.

For example,  one of the of pioneers of web browsing technology became a CEO of Mozilla (a non profit building a web browser), and then was forced to step down in 2014, when it was revealed that he contributed 1,000 to a church in CA fighting proposition 8



The more successful these economic prosecutions were, the more often the Left engaged their thought police force, to conduct these prosecutions.

There are many other examples.


Obviously after Trump's victory, they continued these with more force (as they were succeeding to stop Free Speech, by means of economic prosecution and retaliation).

Question is, are there legal instruments (including examples of previous rulings/cases) that can be used to protect small business (and large ones) from the Left's thought police?

Bill of rights protects free speech from being abridged by Fed Government.
But should Fed Government allow the propagandist, and self-elected thought police to engage in  economic prosecution ?


“Congress shall make no law . . .  abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press.” What does this mean today? Generally speaking, it means that the government may not jail, fine, or impose civil liability on people or organizations based on what they say or write, except in exceptional circumstances."

https://constitutioncenter.org/interactive-constitution/amendments/amendment-i/t...


  
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