Bulbous Republican Congress Goop Passes Resolution to Condemn Pro-Palestinian Slogan

I said the other day that I expect the Republicans to move to outlaw certain phrases. I had forgotten that a bulbous Republican Congress goop had already introduced a resolution to “condemn” the slogan “From the River to the Sea, Palestine Will be Free.”

The goop’s name is “Anthony D’Esposito,” a former badge nigger ZOGbot from New York. It turns out he’s still a badge nigger ZOGbot doing what badge nigger ZOGbots do best: destroying your freedom.

When Anthony D’Esposito was fired from his job as the Miss Piggy blimp in the Thanksgiving Day Parade, Republicans sent him to Congress to destroy basic human freedom in defense of a foreign terrorist entity.

This resolution passed this week, with only 44 Congressmen refusing to engage in this ridiculous attack on freedom of speech.

Granted, this is not the same thing as passing a law outlawing the phrase, but it’s the first thing you would do if you were moving towards doing that. I suspect that it will begin being discussed soon that this slogan as well as chants in support of Hamas and Iran are “support for terrorism” and should be criminal offenses.

I would not expect that to happen immediately, but America has repeatedly passed laws banning support for the enemy in wartime. The tyrant Abraham Lincoln effectively suspended the entire Constitution during the Civil War. Throughout the entire war, journalists were arrested and denied due process for opposing the draft and discouraging men from enlisting in the army. There were also arrests of publishers for opposition to the income tax, which obviously didn’t have anything to do with the war effort.

This sort of thinking was confirmed by the Supreme Court in 1917.


That the power of Congress to punish seditious utterances in wartime is limited by the First Amendment was assumed by the Court in a series of cases, in which it nonetheless affirmed conviction for violations of the Espionage Act of 1917. The Court also upheld a state law making it an offense for persons to advocate that citizens of the state should refuse to assist in prosecuting war against enemies of the United States. Justice Holmes matteroffactly stated the essence of the pattern that we have mentioned: “When a nation is at war many things that might be said in time of peace are such a hindrance to its effort that their utterance will not be endured so long as men fight and that no Court could regard them as protected by any constitutional right.”

This led to the Sedition Act of 1918, which was a very extreme crackdown on all basic speech rights.

So what I’m talking about here is hardly unprecedented. (And we are in an age of the unprecedented.)

Of course, we’re not technically at war yet. But Tom Cotton and Josh Hawley say that the US is the same thing as Israel, and if they’re at war, we’re at war.

Cotton, Hawley, the goop who introduced the resolution in the House, and so many of these other Republicans are actively engaged in treason against the United States by attempting to destroy the rights of Americans for the benefit of a foreign country. It is a seditious conspiracy, and any serious country would be bringing criminal charges against all of these scumbags.

America is not a serious country. It is a ridiculous farce of a destroyed nation, entirely controlled by a blood-sucking alien elite which uses the government for purposes completely unrelated to, and usually completely opposed to, protecting the interests of the American people.

But no one does anything. It’s a democracy, so people just vote and hope for the best.

As for me: I’m going to be saying “From the River to the Sea” until they cut out my tongue.

No surrender.