Sadly, this terrorist is right.
The US has lost the moral authority to point fingers at anyone like we used to love to do on a regular basis.
We now have political prisoners, mass censorship, and a government trying to force an experimental vax on people and treating the unvaccinated like lepers.
Let freedom ring, right?
Yet, even so, our government has the audacity to point fingers at the countries and call out their “atrocities.”
Well, back in the day, these other countries would take that sort of guff from America, because we had “moral authority.” But now that the mak has been lifted and we’re practically full communists at this point, these other countries don’t have to sit back and take the US “finger-wagging” lectures.
They’re fighting back.
We saw what Putin did to Biden when he tied to come at him for human rights violations – the threw January 6th in Biden’s face and even brought up the prisoners and Ashli Babbitt.
And now the Taliban terror group of all people, are doing the exact same thing.
When they were asked a question about “freedom of speech” the spokesperson for the Taliban was quick to bring up Facebook, saying US companies should be asked that question since they claim to promote “free speech” while censoring people.
You can watch the video below:
The Taliban spokesman got a question about freedom of speech and he said the question should be asked to US companies like Facebook who claim to promote it while still censoring
— Liam McCollum (@MLiamMcCollum) August 17, 2021
And this is why the censorship from social media giants and the Gestapo-like treatment from our government against “political dissidents” is so dangerous.
It allows other countries – morally bankrupt countries that abuse and hurt their people – to defect what they do and throw it back on us.
It diminishes the United States and places us on the same level as them.
And that’s never a place that the US wants to be – but because of the left’s craven desire for power and control, that’s exactly where we are right now.
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