Rittenhouse Cancelled by Cowardly Brewery
Ironically, it was an anti-censorship event.
No good deed goes unpunished, even years afterward. Kenosha hero, Kyle “Commie Slayer” Rittenhouse was set to speak at the “Rally Against Censorship” planned by Defiance Press & Publishing in Conroe, TX, which Southern Star Brewing agreed to host. Having rented out the venue well in advance, the organizers were shocked to learn they got abruptly cancelled.
While the move was obviously politically motivated (how did they not think “Rally Against Censorship” was apolitical?), the hacks at Southern Star (who can be contacted at 936-441-2739, or firstname.lastname@example.org) may have had other motives.
Following the brewing company’s decision to pull out of the event, Rittenhouse wrote in a Twitter post: “It’s really disappointing to see that places continue to censor me and not allow my voice and many other voices to be heard because they bend to the woke crowd. I’ll keep you guys updated on the event on the 26th that I was supposed to speak at.”It’s really disappointing to see that places continue to censor me and not allow my voice and many other voices to be heard because they bend to the woke crowd. I’ll keep you guys updated on the event on the 26th that I was supposed to speak at. https://t.co/bKOyvZQyb2
Defiance Press & Publishing said it is working to find a new venue to host its rally with Rittenhouse.
Defiance Press & Publishing alleged the brewery pulled out of the event under pressure from a Texas grocery store chain, H-E-B.
“This sudden decision is nothing other than an outrageous display of censorship. Up until now, Southern Star Brewery had agreed to host this event with full knowledge that Kyle Rittenhouse would be invited and had no problem whatsoever.
While the full motives are unknown, this could be woke pressuring and a desire for greater “connections,” since even some Texan companies promote Neomarxist subversion; in cancelling conservatives, Southern Star is far from the only offender. From Eventbrite screwing ex-Supreme Leader Allen West, to Dr. Pepper forcing workers into drag bingo
orgies sessions, corporate America made it clear they aren’t pro-conservative.
To halt woke capitalism’s advance, true Rightists should advocate the invoking of anti-trust law on these monopolies and (in the case of smaller subversives) prohibit discrimination on the basis of political views. Sadly, too many self-proclaimed conservatives cower from saying the apparent, conditioned to say “it’s a private company; it does what it wants,” regardless of the public consequences.
Who could blame them? The politicians and influencers spouting said nonsense subsidize, and get donations from companies propagating perversion and undermining.
Needless to say, Rittenhouse’s cancelling was completely preventable and we hope he finds another venue. Believe it or not, there was a time when Republicans knew you could be capitalist but oppose corporate subversion running amok; in the age of Neocommunist woketards holding influential positions, it’s time for people to be reminded again.
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