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Whitewash Investigation, by Michael Voris
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By John Zmirak, The Stream, August 22, 2019

Yesterday I wrote a response to a manifesto by elitist academics. That manifesto accused Christians supportive of Donald Trump of basically truckling to a new Hitler. Now, that’s a disagreeable thing to hear. When prominent intellectuals (Cornell West appeared in one of the Matrix movies!) loudly accuse you of Nazi sympathies in a climate like ours?

It evokes a special feeling. The same sensation, really, that a shop owner in Little Italy had when Mafia goons in Italian suits stood at the counter smirking. And said, “Nice store you got here. Some really expensive inventory, I can see. It’d be a real shame if something were to happen to it.”

We all know what happens to those labeled right-wing extremists. They get kicked off social media and silenced. They can lose their jobs and be unable to find a new one. If the Southern Poverty Leadership Center singles them out? Some social justice warrior might show up at their office and shoot the place up. That happened to the Family Research Center a few years ago. And to Rep. Steve Scalise and other GOP leaders more recently.  ….