Early voting starts today across Louisiana at registrar offices and in other designated locations. If you don’t have a game plan, please consider how, where, and when to vote!
We’re inside three weeks until votes are tallied, and a commander-in-chief will be named. Obviously, the stakes are high.
We’re aware that national and even some local media outlets are occupied by leftist-thinkers and writers – in 2004, only 7% of journalists identified as Republican. So, no surprise that media would join forces with Big Tech operatives to engage in an ideological information war in the closing days of the election – after all, their entire state-sponsored worldview is on the line.
Just in the last few days, Twitter has been shutting down conservative accounts – including those run by White House officials – for “sharing misinformation.” Facebook and Twitter execs have since openly stated that their respective platforms would keep the New York Post’s exposé about former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s shady dealings from broadcast.
Techsters claim the story contains misinformation – the New York Post felt it was valid enough to publish. So, why not let the American people decide whether the details are fact or fiction?
The days of Big Media and Big Tech being seen as honest arbiters of truth are in the distant past. We long for the days where “neutral, third party fact-checkers” actually obtain objectivity and a love for this nation.
It has never been more important let your values be known and to ensure your family, friends, and likeminded neighbors geaux vote too.
Here are a few stories we believe deserve some attention as you head into your weekend:
Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation nears completion on Capitol Hill, highlighted by contentious moments and, at times, personal attacks on the nominee and her family. The New York Timesrecently published an op-ed that argues for the confirmation of Judge Barrett – by using only quotes from Democrat Senators in 2016 during their push for Judge Merrick Garland.
The Love Life Amendment (Amendment 1 on your ballot) will be decided at the general election. If passed, voters would add language to the Louisiana constitution that states there is no “right to abortion” nor funding for abortion preserved by the state constitution. In the event that Roe v. Wade is overturned, this means Louisiana lawmakers would have the authority to restrict abortion as you, the people of Louisiana, see fit. Please make plans to vote YES to support Amendment 1 and ensure that your friends and family do as well.