“In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved.”The right to jury trial, as indicated, extends even further back in time than the founding of the nation to British common law. That’s how far fundamental rights have been eroded. Legally, we’re getting dragged back into the feudal era. To emphasize, the current jury proceedings are not to determine guilt; the state already decided that for them. The jury’s only job now is to decide how much Jones owes based on his pre-determined guilt. “Guilty until proven bankrupt.” The public, brazen display of extraconstitutional power is the point of the exercise. The state wants to demonstrate that it is no longer remotely constrained by the Constitution when it persecutes its enemies. ———————– To the social engineers bent on mass censorship, Alex Jones is the juiciest target possible. He’s bombastic; he’s flamboyant; he often comes off, frankly, as an unhinged lunatic. That’s his brand.
Jones’ demeanor assists the corporate state in demonizing and framing him as a unique danger. But, for all his theatrics, Jones has been prescient about a hell of a lot – from blowing the whistle back in the day on warrant-free mass-scale NSA spying way before the Snowden leaks to toxic water causing chemical castration to the mRNA “vaccine” fraud back in 2020 when they were still in development. On many of the foremost issues of interest to libertarians and dissidents more broadly, Jones has been the quintessential canary in the coal mine. The insight he offers from his independent platform, which can’t be co-opted or controlled, is why the state (and the media it controls) hates him. His current legal persecution is retribution for not toeing the line. The Empire strikes back. ——————— Alex Jones is the bellwether: whatever happens to him will subsequently befall a broader swathe of the anti-establishment press. In 2018, Alex Jones was the first target of mass social media censorship when he was deplatformed from every major social media network overnight. In justification, he was framed as the exception to free speech – so beyond the pale as to warrant extraordinary measures to silence his dangerous voice. The mere idea of a national debate in corporate media regarding the censorship of “far-right” media figures in 2022 is inconceivable – it’s now just accepted as standard operating procedure. Of course, Jones’ banning was merely a taste of things to come. In the aftermath, scores of other, less notorious subversive figures got the boot. The precedent is set. Watch default judgments for independent media outlets that do the wrong kind of reporting become the “new normal.” Read more at: TheDailyBell.com
Free Alex Jones pic.twitter.com/53gvfYXrnl— Jackson Hinkle ?? (@jacksonhinklle) July 30, 2022