Over the last few days, both Greenwich Indivisible and Hearst / Greenwich Time Reporter Alma Rutgers released hit pieces targeting Greenwich Patriots.
Both Indivisible and Rutgers fear the power of our highly-popular messages—like protecting children and medical freedom—and the only tool they seem to have in their toolkit is to call us names.
Even First Selectman Candidate Laura Erickson is getting in on the name-calling game!
They call us “extremists” for protecting parental rights and opposing Marxism, which favors communism over capitalism.
They call us “book banners” for suggesting middle school library books that teach kids about anal sex are age-inappropriate and do not, in fact, belong in a school library for the sake of inclusion. (Maybe they should review our Back-to-School Book Spectacular, see example page below.)
They call us “anti-science” for pointing out simple facts, like masks don’t work.
They call us “anti-vaxx” for sharing the truth about covid vaccines, which are neither safe nor effective, and have a wide range of dreadful adverse reactions, including sudden death.
They call us “climate-deniers” for suggesting that climate change is not settled science.
They call us “anti-Semitic” for pointing out that a BET candidate who spent 11 years at the World Economic Forum might favor globalist policies like those promoted by Klaus Schwab. By the way, Schwab was raised Catholic, so we’re not quite sure how that comparison is anti-Semitic, but that doesn’t matter to these name-callers!
The good news, however, is that so many people are seeing through these weak attempts to discredit us. And in fact these attacks always result in more readers for our newsletter. So many that it’s becoming a bit challenging for us to keep up with the email list, especially in light of the technical restrictions imposed by ProtonMail when we send the newsletter.
We already used the opportunity to write responses to the recent attacks by Indivisible and Rutgers. We hope you take a moment to read these articles, because you won’t see perspectives like this covered in the [local] mainstream media.
Even the owner of CD Media, L. Todd Wood, felt compelled to write about the nonsense in Greenwich.
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