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We the People, the revolutionary conservative-owned wine company that blew up the internet with its tribute to Reaganesque freedom earlier this fall, is back again — this time with a message about the fundamental right undergirding all freedom in the United States: free speech.
It’s a fundamental freedom that, sadly, is being challenged day in and out by an authoritarian left seemingly hellbent on stifling the American people’s right to speak freely in dissent of the status quo.
From the targeting of parents who dissent against the teaching of racial essentialism in schools to the targeting of those working-class Americans who dissent against lockdown decrees and vaccine mandates, the war against free speech is on and popping.
Even those who’d dare meme or joke about President Joe Biden have a target on their backs, which is why clarity about the law is needed now more than ever before.
And clarity is exactly what you’ll find with We the People:
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances,” the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution reads.
And there’s no better time to review this fundamental clause than now.
“Thanksgiving is around the corner. It’s a time that brings families and friends together around the dinner table for fellowship and good conversation. It’s in that spirit that we produced this video,” Olympic Media president Ryan Coyne said.
“No voice, on the Left or the Right, should be censored or silenced. Americans need more discussion and conversation that is honest, respectful, and civil. That’s the American tradition,” he continued.
Like former President Ronald Reagan once noted, “All great change in America begins at the dinner table.”
Coyne added that he’s hopeful We the People’s latest video “will help woke Americans understand this holiday season that silencing conservative voices they disagree with is misguided and counterproductive.”
They should, instead, “invite their conservative friends over and have conversations—even debates—with respect and civility and do it over a good bottle of wine.” Indeed, though some would prefer to ostracize and stigmatize conservatives instead.
Ever since the rise of former President Donald Trump, far-leftists have been calling for their brethren to not sit and enjoy dinner with anyone who dares support the man. But with Trump now out of office, these days this hatred is being directed at the unvaccinated:
Gayle King tells Fauci she’ll ban unvaccinated family from Thanksgiving: It’s ‘how strongly I believe’ you https://t.co/PDieIrJSUQ
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) July 13, 2021
A OnePoll survey conducted on Nov. 2nd found that of the 65 percent of respondents who were vaccinated, 63 percent of them won’t be allowing unvaccinated family members and relatives into their homes for Thanksgiving.
Meanwhile, 58% have already cut off unvaccinated family members, according to the poll.
We the People doesn’t believe in cutting people off, which is why Coyne has taken a firm stance against the Biden administration’s attempts to cram a vaccine mandate down the throats of businesses.
In a press release published in early October, he made it clear that “under no circumstance, at any time nor for any reason, will an employee of Olympic Media be compelled to disclose personal medical information to the company as a condition of employment.”
Olympic Media is the parent company of We the People, and Coyne its CEO.
We The People Wine will not mandate employees to get the vaccine as a condition of employment. No person should be forced to disclose personal medical information, or be required to get a medical procedure, in order to earn a living and pursue the American Dream. pic.twitter.com/imR0fxB3Kd
— We The People Wine (@WeThePeopleWine) September 22, 2021
To be clear, Coyne isn’t anti-vaccine.
“Olympic Media stands in awe of the world-class scientific and medical communities that have created, produced and distributed these vaccines. We also strongly encourage vaccines for those who may be at an increased mortality risk from the virus,” he explained in his October press release.
Like most conservatives, Coyne and all of Olympic Media are, however, staunchly pro-America, and that means being pro-freedom.
We the People, in particular, is dedicated to the conservative values that define America: limited government, free markets, free people, and FREE SPEECH.
This means saying no to social media censorship, lockdown decrees, vaccine mandates — saying no to anything that abridges the American people’s right to FREEDOM!
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But saying no can’t be the task of just one individual or company. “We” all need to take a stand together, the sooner the better.
Like Reagan also once noted, “We must act today in order to preserve tomorrow. And let there be no misunderstanding, we are going to begin to act beginning today.”
Cheers to that!
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