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    Mike Davis: "Jim Jordan Has No Intention Of Holding Big Tech Accountable."

    March 15, 2023

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    Is Jim Jordan another disappointment?

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    He’s another Tgowdy… will not vote for the pos again!


    Sad, I really liked Jim Jordan and like the previous post said, “another Trey Gowdy”. He was another one I really liked and either one would have gotten my vote if they ever ran for President, Gowdy just flipped off the American people right out of the blue, a huge disappointment and now Jim Jordan isn’t going to hold Big Tech Accountable? You know that means he’s not going to hold anyone accountable, another big disappointment. We have so very few Republicans that we thought we could count on and so many have done us dirty over the last ten years it really makes you wonder who’s Really on our side? All of the Intelligence Agencies have been illegally spying on the American people for decades, now it’s the DHS, DOJ, FBI and State & Local POLICE!
    Honestly I think the only way we can possibly turn our country around is to get real god fearing people to run for Local and Federal Political Positions.
    Our Constitution was founded on religion.
    One of the foremost constitutional theorists of the founding generation, John Adams, observed, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious People. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” He wasn’t the only Founding Father to hold this view. Indeed, James Madison wrote that our Constitution requires “sufficient virtue among men for self-government,” otherwise, “nothing less than the chains of despotism can restrain them from destroying and devouring one another.”

    Many of our Founders were men of faith or were influenced strongly by the Judeo-Christian tradition. They accepted the premise of mankind’s imperfect nature. They had experienced first-hand the oppressive dictates of Parliament and the Crown that led to the American Revolution. And they were rightly suspicious of the accumulation of governmental power by one person or a small body — “the very definition of tyranny” Madison. Going back to our Founders beliefs is the only way we can take our country back.


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