This is one way to force a level playing field:
Call it the Dissident Lottery. The $32.5 million settlement Oberlin College has been ordered to pay for harassing and intimidating owners of a local bakery is a recent precedent, but as Robert Barnes of the Free America Law Center explains in the video, suing individuals will have more of a chilling effect on the libel, slander, and censorship the corporate media’s marionettes mete out than suing actual corporations will. There is little reason not to pursue both avenues simultaneously–individuals to stop the lying, corporations for the payday.
The game changer will be when the nodes of the network are fully fleshed out through discovery. When Twitter is forced to turn over DMs from certain blue checkmarks in the employ of major news and shakedown organizations and those DMs lead to domestic terrorists, the opportunity to really take mendacity personified to the cleaners will present itself.
It’s easy to become discouraged by the increasing totalitarian effort to silence anyone who points out that the emperor is naked, but the desperation and hysteria of the forces hellbent on hiding increasingly obvious truths is an indication of a precariousness of their power:
I understand how some people think the evangelical left is winning but when I look at their antics I see people who are panicking about losing control and livid at being defied, dismissed and ignored.
— Michael Malice (@michaelmalice) August 7, 2019