Congress and the Department of Justice continue to ignore the fact that globalism has literally set itself up as the “beast” from the Book of Revelation. (Note to millennials: “Revelation” is a book contained within a larger book, known as “The Bible.”)
Tech companies and the big banks are pointing at President Trump and his supporters and screaming, “Fascism!” Meanwhile, those same screechers are engaging in literal fascism to lock conservatives out of the economy.
Historians all agree that the book of Revelations is a historical record of things that the Roman government did to its Christian citizens. The churches in Revelation were real, historical churches and they went through awful persecution from the Roman government – because the early Christians refused to comply with the non-Christian Roman Empire.
Every means of compulsion was brought to bear against these early churches, including “the mark of the beast.” People could not buy or sell without this “mark,” which was probably some sort of license or badge that they had to carry around in order to participate in commerce.
You couldn’t buy food for your family and you couldn’t legally sell products to support your family, unless you had the “mark.” And you couldn’t get the mark unless you submitted to the government.
Ask yourself this question: How is that any different than when Chase Bank closes someone’s personal bank account, simply because they are a Trump supporter?
The answer, of course, is that it’s not any different. The “mark of the beast” in the Bible is the earliest recorded historical example of fascism being imposed to subjugate a citizenry. Obey us or your kids starve. Bend the knee. Kiss the ring.
Repeat after me: “Illegal aliens are better than Americans. My taxes are too low. All firearms are evil. Walls are immoral. Vaccines are safe. Donald Trump colluded with the Russian government. Forever and ever, amen!”
Since the last time when we wrote about Chase Bank and other institutions banning conservatives from commerce, tech tyranny has accelerated. The problem is getting worse and the leaders who could be doing something about it are instead doing nothing. Their silence is telling.
Pro-Trump cartoonist Ben Garrison was just locked out of his account on Instagram, a platform where he can promote his hilarious cartoons and solicit donations for his work. Garrison’s latest cartoon on his website is of Cher changing her tune on illegal aliens, as President Trump drops off busloads of illegal aliens in the background.
Most of Garrison’s work is multi-layered; he includes so many jokes in a cartoon panel that you’ll continue finding more richness and depth if you look at it long enough. But Garrison doesn’t tow the globalist line, so he’s banned now.
Christian comedian Owen Benjamin was just locked out of his PayPal account. Owen Benjamin writes jokes for Stephen Crowder’s “Louder with Crowder” YouTube show. Benjamin was a rising Hollywood star who was kicked out of Hollywood for saying that giving hormone blockers to small children is a form of child abuse.
After that, Benjamin created a successful platform as a comedian by hosting livestreams from his farm, where supporters can donate directly to him through PayPal to support his comedy. PayPal has informed him that his account is closed and, oh, by the way, they’re keeping the money in the account for 180 days because he’s an icky Trump supporter. Too bad if he has a mortgage to pay.
Meanwhile, Project Veritas released a new video proving that Chase Bank does have an “unofficial” policy in place, in which they are shutting down the personal accounts of Trump supporters. As usual, Project Veritas has provided damning, irrefutable evidence that this unlawful practice is happening. And it could happen to you tomorrow.
What’s Congress doing about this? What is the Department of Justice doing about this? Oh, right. They’re fiddling while Rome burns. And like a modern-day Nero, when America collapses because of their “benevolent” actions of trying to force you to comply, they’ll blame Trump supporters and claim we started the fire.