What do you do when an internet oligarch destroys everything you’ve been working for, obliterates more than a decade of your hard work, and deprives you of the ability to make a living—all because that oligarch disapproves of your free political speech that is explicitly protected in all public places, including today’s digital town square, by the First Amendment?
Obviously that oligarch deserves to be executed for treason. The First Amendment is the heart of our Constitution, and traitors to the Bill of Rights are the worst treasonous scum imaginable.
But since I am a nonviolent person, and would never dream of prosecuting and executing a poor cuddly little internet oligarch, I have decided to forget about alternative journalism and instead open up a T-Shirt business. Below are just a few of the communications from YouTube that gave me this million-dollar idea, along with pictures of my latest merchandise.
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