Peaceful Rally Goers Shut Down by Big Tech

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Peaceful Rally Goers Shut Down by Big Tech

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Peaceful rally goers shut down by big tech, just 17 hours after the event-video posts to Youtube. Thousands gather for the Rise Up Rally in Hartford, Connecticut. Rally attendees are led to the event via, “Connecticut Residents Against Medical Mandates”, Facebook group.

Connecticut Legislatures make moves to eliminate the religious exemption rights to refuse child vaccines. As parents hold their breath, most are afraid they may have to relocate, or home-school and work both. Worse yet they fear being forced to trade their religious beliefs for government compliance.

Top notch organizers of the FB group “Connecticut Residents Against Medical Mandates”, have been leading the charge to save the religious exemption rights for Connecticut families, and their children. This marks the last leg of their fight.

High-energy, mostly maskless event attendees, are thousands of concerned CT parents who bring along their children. Featured guest speakers include Del Bigtree of highwire.com, and Robert Kennedy Jr., to name a few.

Organizers, preparing for the rally, gather bottled water, organic snacks, and lawn toys for the children. They also arranged for food trucks, as they prep for the long day, at the State’s Capitol. Removal of the Religious Exemption in Connecticut recently passed in the House, moving to the Senate, ready to debate.

Months prior, was the time for residents to testify in front of CT lawmakers. At which point, the group had approximately 1,400 CT-ers willing to testify. However politicians shut them down. In an overwhelming majority vote, they would only allow for 24-hours of total testimony. Lawmakers will never look forward to listening to constituents for an entire week’s worth of hearings.

Following testimony limits, members of CT Residents Against Medical Mandates (nearly 17,000)rise. They follow up with emails to CT lawmakers. They also address their politicians on social media, only to be labeled by lawmakers as “anti-vaxers” and “conspiracy theorists”. Sadly, those are the derogatory phrases gobbled up by much of the local press.

Group members who team up with peaceful rally goers shut down by big tech, have been in this fight for sometime. So, this is the last ditch-effort. Leaders create the Rise Up Rally, to ensure the voices of Connecticut residents are heard, before the Senate’s final vote.

Those who cannot attend in person, watch online. They follow the State Senate Debate live, starting around noon-time, and well into the night. Chants from rally goers “Kill the Bill” can be heard in the background as lawmakers debate.

Cheers, slightly reminiscent of Jan. 6th, appear to put the lawmakers on pause. The pause lasts for over an hour. Senate Majority Leader takes to Twitter. Tweeting, the crowd is thinning out. Driving organizers and members to Facebook, calling for residents to return after their children have dinner.

Narcissistic politicians, provide arguments true to their party lines, without much concern for the peaceful rally goers shut down by big tech. Republicans opposing the removal of the right to a religious exemption, cite “freedoms and choice” being the main concerns. Many democrats argue the government needs to mandate for the people, as a matter of public safety. Dems often cite COVID as a major concern. One young democrat (childless) lawmaker uses his grandparents’ story, as his source of purposeful support.

Long winded democrat “LOONEY”, cites examples of laws upheld in U.S. court cases. He compares the voices of bill opposition, to those of prisoners fighting for religious rights while in jail. Sharing examples of prisoners wanting rights, that get turned down by courts. Most likely embolden by the support for the bill, already an offering from leftist Lamont.

Governor Lamont’s indoor/outdoor CT mask mandates, were recently upheld by the Connecticut Courts. He also enjoys being referred to as his “Excellency”, when addressed. Unfortunately, CT is one of the few states that does NOT allow for Governor recall.

To ensure a full understanding of exactly what’s at stake, Senator Sommers pulls long hours, and dedicates time to listen to residents. During the debate, she states exactly what’s wrong with the political scene today. Lawmakers continue jumping in, to create policy, without all the facts.

Some politicians use the rate of child non-compliance, for the reasoning behind bill support. However during the course of the long debate, Sommers cites percentages of non-compliant children. Clearly in favor of the peaceful rally goers. Non-compliant children reside mostly in poorer Connecticut areas, like Bridgeport, she says. Which the Senator feels, requires compliance work, instead of removing the right to a religious exemption.

Lawmakers who favor the removal of the 60-year-old religious exemption right, admit they have no exact data. Many democrats agree after the bill passes, then some adjustments to it, could be made at a future date.

Sommers tells her colleagues, when creating bills, and other laws, it is the responsibility of politicians to use ACTUAL UPDATED DATA. She says that needs to happen, before forcing policy that could potential cause harm to children in Connecticut. Did it all fall on deaf ears?

Slim chance of passing a bill, with all the hopes, prayers, and high-energy of those opposing. But ultimately the Senate did vote, making Connecticut the 5th state, to remove the right for a religious vaccine exemption. The Constitution State, overturned the 60-year-old right, of CT residents to have a choice.

Censorship lives. And now includes the peaceful rally goers shut down by big tech. By Wednesday morning tech-giant Youtube already turned off the Rise Up Rally video. Perhaps because there was nothing to see. An actual screenshot from Youtube is the feature photo for this article.

All the vaccine stats, and covid data information shared during the rally broadcast, is not up for discussion in our culture today. Event speakers Del Bigtree and Robert Kennedy Jr., join President Trump along with thousands of others, now shut out by big-tech. These groups and others should look to boshtalk.com and Frank Speech as future options.

Communist Cancel Culture, is nothing new to those who value freedom and their first amendment rights in America. It would appear the narcissists running the Tech-giants are operating exactly like U.S. politicians.

Where do we go from here? Following bills and all the debates is an arduous process. But no matter how passionate, how much organization, or how right the resident opposition, the results will most always turn out the same.

Lawmakers will vote to move bills into law, based on teams. If the bill is introduced by the blue team, it will be voted in by dems. For those who reside in CT, wishes of blue team members will happily be signed into law, by its democratic Governor. What if a bill is introduced by the red team? Well, Connecticut is true blue, it doesn’t seem to matter what the republicans want or think.

Are you interested in what’s behind the RIOTS in this country? If so, you can learn about that “big business” here.

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