Join the boycott: https://www.facebook.com/infowarsfreespeech
Facebook “likes” for boycott six times higher than “likes” for Obamacare
December 19, 2013
The number of Facebook users supporting a boycott of television network A&E is currently four times higher than the number of Americans who have successfully signed up for Obamacare.
More Americans signed up for an A&E boycott in 24 hours than signed up for Obamacare in 3 months. #principlesoverpolitics
— Virgil Lynn (@VBL2) December 20, 2013
As of this writing, over 1.4 million people on various Facebook pages support a boycott of A&E after the network suspended Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson for expressing his views on homosexuality in a recent interview with GQ.
Compare this to the official December Health Insurance Marketplace Enrollment Report, which states that only 365,000 Americans have successfully signed up for an Obamacare insurance plan.
Support for Phil Robertson on Facebook is also six times higher than the “likes” for the official Facebook page for Healthcare.gov.
This is a testament to the power of individuals and their spontaneous free-market solutions which ultimately lead to prosperity as opposed to the economic ruin resulting from centralized planning.
Obamacare shares its centralized, socialist nature with the current chilling effect on free speech pushed by the establishment, particularly in response to Robertson’s comments.
As we reported yesterday, establishment media pundits are not just disagreeing with Robertson, but they are also trying to make an example of him in order to silence any future opposition to their agenda.
Instead of being tolerant of his opposing viewpoint, the talking heads on TV are saying that Robertson is engaging in “dangerous hate speech” which could potentially incite violence.
“He is not entitled to be on TV spouting hate,” said Democratic Party political pollster Bernard Whitman on Fox News.
It would appear that Whitman and the others do not support the First Amendment, which is hypocritical considering that they are engaging in free speech in order to respond to Robertson’s comments.
Apparently these pundits would support Soviet-style censorship of anything that “offends” them.
This article was posted: Friday, December 20, 2013 at 1:45 pm