In today’s America, citizens are coming to grips with the Great Conservative Awakening of the 21st Century in a myriad of peculiar ways, with traditional U.S. values taking a front seat in today’s culture.
Just look at the #MeToo movement in Hollywood, in which the Constitutional idea of all Americans being created equal is being applied to the power dynamic in Tinsel Town. For decades upon decades, the leftists of Hollywood would hold sway over the starlets and wannabes, coercing them into comprising and degrading sexual situations simply because they felt superior to these working women. Men like Harvey Weinstein and Al Franken, who hid behind their virtue signaling charade as some sort of hero of the people were secretly molesting, raping, and intimidating their way through the echelons of power.
Hell, Franken even ended up as a Senator.
But, alas, these poor democratic operatives were outed as the perverts they are during the #MeToo mission, cementing our nation’s conservative, Constitutional belief in equality. The democrats simply cannot bandwagon into this thinking that they were helping…not with Weinstein, Franken, and others in their corner.
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Now there’s a new movement in Leith, North Dakota that also declares our Constitutional equality to be forever protected, but it may mean that Leith ceases to exist.
A North Dakota mayor is moving to abolish his town’s government amid fears that white supremacists are taking over city council seats.
Mayor Ryan Schock has collected at least a dozen signatures on a petition that would turn Leith’s governance over to the county, the Kansas City Star reported. Leith, with a population of about 16 people, is approximately 70 miles southwest of Bismarck.
Leith made national headlines in 2013 after Paul Craig Cobb moved to town and began to buy land to create an enclave for white supremacists, The New York Times reported.
Cobb has since left the small North Dakota town, but two men who moved to Leith around the same time as Cobb have won spots on the city council, according to the Kansas City Star.
“We have to dissolve the town because that idiot [Cobb] showed up,” Schock reportedly said. “He wanted control of it, and now he can’t have it.”
The shame of seeing Leith dissolve is nothing compared to allowing the tiny town to become a sage haven for hate, according to longtime residents who were the subject of a documentary surrounding the white supremacists’ attempts at creating a commune.