Suckers and Losers at Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) Owned by the Libs
We’re always 1 lawsuit away from liberty.
Just days before their annual convention was set to occur, the Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) received a cancellation order from the City of Dallas. Last week, YAL threatened legal action and followed through on the prospect today.
The city invoked the contract’s force majeure clause and cited the pandemic as its reason behind the last-minute termination. The decision cost YAL nearly $200,000 in damages and was levied as the organization had an advance team in the parking lot with the necessary setup materials.
Cliff Maloney, YAL president, said in a statement provided to The Texan, “What we are fighting against in this lawsuit is exactly the kind of underhanded, double-dealing politics the American people are sick of.”
Keep filing lawsuits, dawg. It’s totally going to work. For heck’s sake, how do you think America gained its freedom?
I’m not sure what these kids were thinking. If they were readers of this site, they would know that the first amendment has been abolished. These Democrats are laughing their faces off. They sit there giggling for weeks as the event date approaches, then a few days before they cancel the event “because virus.”
This lawsuit almost certainly has no chance. All these agreements have virus contingencies and so all they have to do is say “woah look, there’s a virus!” and they’ll be right, and your contract will be null.
Even if that weren’t the case, these guys are citing the first amendment as if we still had a first amendment. Folks, our laws have all been abolished because the media told people to be afraid of a cold virus. Republicans can’t do anything because they have all these old people voters they need to not offend, so they are truly screwed due to their inability to combat the media’s narrative of a virus apocalypse coming to kill everyone.
I’ve met a few of these YAL kids before. They’re good kids, for the most part, with a diverse set of views.
Obviously, just like the mistake the Republican Party of Texas made, you shouldn’t be holding events in cities like Dallas. This is especially true under Abbott’s Virus Martial Law. They should have found the most solidly Republican suburb and built a personal relationship with city officials who would have helped ensure they were able to have their first amendment respected.
Beyond that, how did they not have a backup plan? Did they not see this happen to the RPT in July? It’s very puzzling.
We’ve got to stop falling back on these stupid lawsuits.