Biden DOJ Crusade to Jail Young Man for Anti-Hillary Memes Just Got Much Uglier

OPINION:  This article contains commentary which may reflect the author’s opinion

The United States of America is built on memes, a form of political cartoons.

From the time of the American Revolution, the power of pro-liberty imagery has been used to quickly and easily unify people with similar agendas into a bold fighting force.

And the Democrats know that and want to stop it from happening to them, as the legal case of one young man shows.

For an example of this concept, look no further than Ben Fraklin’s ‘Join or Die’ movement, which is in popular culture for over two hundred years since its first print, proving its power.

Join or Die is a political cartoon or could be called a meme, showing the disunity in the American colonies.

The original image focused solely on the colonies, at the time of print, that claimed shared identities as Americans.

The cartoon appeared along with Franklin’s editorial about the “disunited state” of the colonies and helped make his point about the importance of colonial unity. It later became a symbol of colonial freedom during the American Revolutionary War.

It was very powerful and the American people are culturally conditioned to understand political cartoons from a very young age.

Therefore, political cartoons are powerful ‘messaging, branding and PR’, and proponents of the Administrative State do not appreciate their political populist opponents having the power to spread those tools around the internet that helps build an ‘anti-administrative state’ movement.

Democrats especially do not like the American people having the ability to make inexpensive political cartoons online so that they can spread their message around for free online.

According to Revolver’s in-depth investigation on the matter, the Biden administration has gone to unconstitutional lengths to stop the American people from using the power of political cartoons, or ‘meme-ing’,  by going as far as creating a new kind of “terrorism”  to charge them with and stop them.

The steps behind what the Democrats have created to stop people from making memes show the ways in which Democrats have abused their power.  What Biden and his pals have done is very complex.

Revolver, in their exclusive reporting on the issue, exposed the massive usurpation of Democrat Joe Biden’s administration in creating new terrorist tags to use and then followed up by analyzing the legal case against one meme maker, which is winding its way through the American judicial system. What the outlet uncovered is shocking.

Check out Revolver’s reporting:

Last month, Revolver profiled the Biden Administration’s persecution of former Twitter anon Doug Mackey, who was a famous pro-Trump voice back in 2016 under the moniker of Ricky Vaughn.

For those whose memory is foggy, a quick review: In the late stages of the 2016 race, Mackey posted several memes designed to resemble Hillary Clinton campaign images, claiming that supporters could vote by simply texting a phone number.”

Revolver added the graphic:

Revolver, in their article, goes on to describe the evolution of something called “stochastic terrorism” and  weaves it all together into how the “Biden Department of Justice is using the logic of “stochastic terrorism” to justify stripping core constitutional due process rights from dissident American voices.”

Revolver went on to pull the curtain back on the powers in DC:

“In its latest filings, the DOJ reveals that one of the group chats it is currently using as evidence against Mackey contained a person who is now working with the FBI as a federal informant. According to the government, the “Confidential Witness” (or CW) was a pro-Trump, “alt right” leader who pleaded guilty to the same conspiracy to deprive civil rights charges that Mackey faces, and is now collaborating with the government.

In its filings, the government declines to say what CW’s current role with the government is, except that he is “presently engaged in proactive investigations, working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), and may engage in additional investigations in the future.” Based on that statement, the government is asking that CW’s identity be kept secret, and that Mackey’s defense team be barred from asking any questions about CW’s current work.

But now, in the Mackey case, the Biden DOJ asserts that its witness’s identity must be hidden, because if not, he might face, wait for it… harassment on the Internet!”

Revolver continued:

“Yet incredibly, the court accepted this reasoning. In a recent order, the court held that:

[T]he Government is correct in its assertion that “to claim that intense online attacks do not endanger a person’s physical safety is to ignore the reality of our current world,” as “many acts of politically motivated violence in current society arise from campaigns of online harassment.” (Reply at 3.) For this reason, the court finds that the Government had made an adequate showing that there is real, non-speculative, concern that revealing the CWs identity could lead to online or physical harassment or danger.”

In other words, if a witness’s testimony might aggravate right-wing people on the Internet, it justifies providing that witness special treatment that is denied even to witnesses against MS-13 or the Sinaloa Cartel.

If the DOJ’s argument is allowed to carry the day all the way to Mackey’s conviction and incarceration, then this playbook will be available for prosecuting an unlimited number of dissidents. They can be slapped with anonymous allegations of criminal plots, and denied the full chance to defend themselves, on the flimsy grounds that anybody who irritates the dissident right will face “harassment.”

This case is a drastic escalation in the use of “disinformation” as an excuse to target dissenting political voices. A regime that previously relied on deplatforming or doxing … now makes use of outright felony prosecutions with the threat of decade-long prison sentences.

Revolver’s Darren Beattie explained why this is the most important First Amendment case in the country while appearing with Steve Bannon on a recent episode of the War Room on Real America’s Voice:


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