Can you hear me now?
It’s getting more difficult than ever to get our message out.
The heart of the political establishment is the war machine: the corrupt, incestuous relationship between the War Party in government and their crony corporate contractors and assistants in the media.
One of our intellectual predecessors, Republican Senator Robert La Follette, was correct a century ago when he described the War Party as “commercial, imperialistic, ruthless. It tolerates no opposition.”
When we try to turn over their gravy train, which rakes in trillions of dollars at the expense of our soldiers, they target us.
You may have heard that they tried to delete Dr. Ron Paul’s YouTube channel. I appeared as a guest on the Liberty Report last year, an episode that’s been blacklisted. Just try searching for it on Google.
And they succeeded in deleting the account of congressional candidate Joe Kent, a Trump-endorsed veteran who speaks out against the military-industrial complex.
Facebook suppresses our posts so even if you like our page they won’t appear in your feed. And they refuse to let us run ads for our regular raffles and gun giveaways.
We the people, who pay in money, misery, and blood the costs of these wars, are being shadow banned by those who benefit and stand far above the pain.
That’s why it’s critical we’re able to stay in touch if veterans get too bothersome for the establishment and they decide to remove us.
Forward this email to a friend or family member, and encourage them to sign up for our email list like you have. They can do so at our website, BringOurTroopsHome.US. It’s the sure fire way that we’ll be able to reach you with news, important updates, and opportunities to end our endless wars.
Instead, if you have a few dollars to spare, you can join the Ten Seven Club, our official supporters’ group. For a reoccurring donation of just $10 a month, you can help us keep the lights on and continue the fight against the War Party. And you’ll be sure to hear about our future giveaways, which you’ll be automatically entered to win.
As free Americans we maintain the right to discuss frankly, publicly, and without fear every aspect of our wars: their causes, their legality, their conduct, and the terms we’ll end them on.
Stand up for free speech and stand up for our soldiers. Go join the Ten Seven Club.
-Sgt. Dan McKnight