by John Cylc
May 12, 2021
Chick-Fil-A stood its ground (a phrase that the left still hates) against a claimed national outrage over supporting traditional marriage. The faith-based food chain was rewarded with skyrocketing sales during the negative media coverage. What should that tell you?
There are a lot more of us* than there are of them*.
In this article:
*By “us” and “we”, I am referring to conservatives, Republicans, Trump supporters, religious, responsibility holders, “good” police supporters, small-government supporters, Constitution believers and “patriots”.
*By ““them”, I am referring to liberals, Democrats, Trump haters, anti-religious, career handout collectors, “defund police” supporters, anarchists, Marxists, socialists, rioters, looters, big-government lovers, and leftists.
Our side is continuously under-represented by officials and protests. Many of our side side-step or back-step when challenged by the media. Many people I have spoken to feel like we are outnumbered and have no hope of winning this current ideological battle for our country. What causes us to keep believing that we are in the minority?
-Media coverage is so heavily skewed to the left, that the public accepts that political leaning as the majority.
-“Public” polls are skewed by relying on a heavier number of Dem leaning voters (weighting) giving the impression of equal numbers or a majority
-Big Tech controlling your social media news feed and internet search results promotes “their” side
-Large protests by antifa or BLM, with ranks bolstered by paid and professional agitators, are made to appear massive (and peaceful! LOL). Limited availability, due to job and family responsibilities, keep us from filling the streets at the drop of a hat like the leftists. It takes recognition of massive voter fraud and looming threats to our freedom to draw us out. Combine these two facts and it appears that there is more voice for “their” side.
-Voter rolls that have not been purged in decades swell with relocated or dead voters. Many times, these people still cast ballots.
These actions to suppress us and our voices need to be called out by more on our side. Instead, our politicians fall for this bullsh*t and, in many cases, take sides against us, the very people who put them in office in the first place, or against other conservative representatives. These weak-kneed Republicans (usually) continuously back down instead of standing up, like our 45th President did.
Donald Trump knew all the above-mentioned tactics and stood against their efforts. That is probably the main reason why the left hated him so much. He opened many eyes to the reality of the left’s tactics, but sadly, not enough took notice or believed him. The RINO’s and the usually anti-conservative, “Never-Trump” conservatives (yes, you read that correctly) gobbled up the propaganda and sided with the echo chambers of the Democrats and the media, hoping that they would get good press for it. Usually, they were briefly rewarded with good coverage, but only until their turn coating was no longer needed. They were then rebuked and demonized by the left once more. (Used and Abused)
We must shake off the underdog mentality. We must understand and be confident in our convictions. This goes for individual voters, conservative groups, businesses, legislators and legislatures. Stand by your principles. Speak up for your beliefs. Most importantly, stand up for each other! Defend and support other conservatives when they are targeted for accusation, deceptive reporting or character attacks. Have you ever noticed that all sides of the left always stick together? That is one area where they have the upper hand.
We have the numbers…
We are on the best side of the issues for America…
We can right the ship…
…if only we support and believe in ourselves, each other, and America.