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Title: Regime Takes Aim at White Advocates
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URL Source: https://www.unz.com/ghood/regime-takes-aim-at-white-advocates/
Published: Feb 1, 2021
Author: GREGORY HOOD
Post Date: 2021-02-01 07:46:43 by Ada
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The Regime on the Potomac has begun its campaign of repression. Media hysterics about “insurrectionists” and a vague Department of Homeland security bulletin about terrorism created an artificial crisis. Figures in the new Administration are eager to use state power against “racists,” even while they tolerate real crime. Add to this the concepts of “restorative justice” and “transitive justice” and we get the perfect recipe for anarcho-tyranny.

The “Ricky Vaughn” case is a warning. Douglass Mackey (his real name), now 31, was one of the 2016 campaign’s most effective pro-Trump Twitter accounts. On January 27, the Justice Department announced it arrested him for “conspiring with others in advance of the 2016 Presidential Election to use various social media platforms to disseminate misinformation designed to deprive individuals of their constitutional right to vote.” The Department of Justice arrested Ricky Vaughn for posting memes five years ago.

Ricky Vaughn’s Twitter avatar Ricky Vaughn’s Twitter avatar The complaint is another tragicomic product of a collapsing system. It alleges that Mr. Mackey and his followers tweeted pictures of celebrities “in a manner that falsely suggested that the celebrities were supporting Candidate 2’s [Donald Trump’s] candidacy.” It also says that a small group used a #DraftOurDaughters hashtag, “which suggested that the Candidate [Hillary Clinton] would provoke armed conflict and draft women to fight the resulting wars.” Are we supposed to believe that Democrats never say Republicans will do awful things if they gain power? And that saying those things is somehow not legal?

The most serious allegation is that “Ricky Vaughn” and “co- conspirators” told people they could vote by text message. About 4,900 people texted the supposed “voting” number — whether they really thought they were voting or not. Here’s a liberal “comedienne” doing something similar. Is this a crime?

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