April 29, 2022
It’s been a while since my last post. I commonly write down my ideas and sometimes put them into article form, however one batch of article ideas remained incomplete and unpublished. With how busy I am with life and other things, a lot of content becomes non-current. So I decided to cover some of the topics I started articles with and create an article with those. This allows me to air what I didn’t share back when it was current.
Recently I heard about another conviction of a law enforcement officer for doing his/her job. I can’t remember all the details but I started writing the following when a different law enforcement officer was convicted.
There needs to be a law which protects law enforcement officers from being unfairly indicted for being involved in any given criminal interaction. They should have the protection they deserve when they’re involved in shootings, especially when suspects they shoot have failed to comply with their orders. Also, they need to be protected when a suspect dies in custody after trying to restrain the suspect who is resisting arrest. It should not be left up to a jury hell-bent on unjustly punishing law enforcement officers when they are simply doing their jobs and keeping the public safe. Any officer involved in a shooting death or other death of a suspect should have the courtesy of having the case reviewed by a special board proficient in law enforcement cases. Their fate should not be in the hands of biased and/or racist prosecutors and a confused and unknowledgeable public.
Here is something I wrote on the day California Governor Gavin Newsom should have been recalled. I’m sure there was fraud involved with this election as there was with the 2020 presidential election.
Today is the day Californians vote whether to recall a hypocritical and tyrannical governor whose actions speak louder than his words or to usher in a breath of fresh air and release the economical chokehold California has been suffering. Actually Californians have been voting for three weeks already since it is a state that allows early cheating, er, voting. How else does it become a one-party rule state without the system being rigged?
California truly is a microcosm of America right now but today is an opportunity to change that. Governor Gavin Newsom has brought his twisted and radical left wing ideology into the landscape and most Californians frankly are sick of it. Others are just oblivious to it.
They are sick and tired of him ignoring science and implementing mask wearing mandates. They are fed up with closures to our economy, largely affecting small business owners and workers. They are furious at the double standard he exhibits when he eats dinner and socializes unmasked at a posh Bay Area restaurant. It’s time for him to be removed.
Here’s one regarding a question Regime Spokesperson Joe Biden asked several months ago:
To Answer Your Question
In a recent speech 2020 candidate Joe Biden delivered inflammatory rhetoric by asking the question: Are you on the side of John Lewis or Bull Connor?
Well, when it was an issue Democrats were on the side of Bull Connor. It was a Democrat, after all, who started the Ku Klux Klan, a racist group. Republicans fought fiercely against them. Democratic Party icon the late Senator Robert Byrd was a Grand Kleagle in the KKK. Biden was a good friend and spoke highly of him.
I guess that answers the question.
Finally, here’s one I wrote about the Joe Rogan vs. Spotify controversy:
The Opinion of the Elite
By now you’ve probably heard about the controversy surrounding Joe Rogan. He has a hugely popular podcast on Spotify that attracts millions of subscribers. Apparently on his podcast he talked about his bout with COVID-19 and he rightfully questioned some of the “science” being discussed in the media. It’s his right to do so and no supposed “fact-checking” agency has any right to say otherwise. But media elitists and virtue signalers got uptight and made it an issue. And when they make it an issue they go on the attack. Apparently non-relevant musical artist India.Arie posted a compilation of video and/or audio clips of Rogan using the N-word and that’s when things got intense.
You see, Rogan has the platform that allows him to question policy and science that the elite promotes. And he has just as much right to do or say what he feels on his own podcast as those who attack him do. But the elite are threatened. It really should be fair for him to do that. If enough people hear him and begin to do their own questioning, it could be bad for the elite.
It doesn’t matter if they’re right or wrong. It’s about power, power over our lives, our ability to think for ourselves, our right to ask questions and have opinions. That is power in the wrong hands and that is dangerous and scary.
Joe Rogan is still dangerous for the elite because they know that he can out them. They know that he can just explain to his audience that it’s not about a few bad words he said several years ago that offend some people. After all, he’s a comedian who works the stand-up circuit. His job is to say bad and offensive words for laughs. No, it is about the elite wanting to control us. Their opinion is that we shouldn’t be allowed to have an opinion that counters theirs, let alone is heard by around 9 million people.
The elite that wants to control us will stop at nothing to achieve disaster in the lives of their opponents. They don’t want people to think about things because when they do they realize they’re being swindled ideologically. They don’t care about the science if the science doesn’t work for them. When tech companies are able to silence people like Joe Rogan, well they can silence just about anyone they don’t like and that kind of power has no place in the land of the free.
Stay tuned for the second installment of this article.
Tom Folden is a political strategist, conservative thinker, and Editor of CommonSenseDictates.com, a website for common sense viewpoints. A human rights activist, he is a firm believer in the Constitution and the rule of law. He is also a singer/songwriter and recording artist. For interviews and/or appearances, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.