RECAP: Redpill Project Daily Dose Episode 233 | America, The Beacon of Freedom

JOE ROGAN: As soon as you give politicians power, any kind of power that didn't exist previously, if they can figure out a way to force you into carrying something that let's you enter businesses, or let's you do this, or let's businesses open, historically they are not going to give that power up. They find new reasons to use it. We have to protect those freedoms at all costs, whether you agree with people's choices or not because it is the foundation this country was founded on. Freedom.
This idea of freedom, there's so many people that think it's frivolous, it's not important, it's not the main thing that we should be focused on. But it is the literal structure that allows this country to be so f*cking amazing. Every single country that ever has existed - other than the United States - up until 1776, every f*cking country that has ever existed was run by dictators. All of them. This is the first experiment in self-government that actually worked and it created the greatest superpower the world has ever known. It created the greatest cultural machine. The greatest machine of art and creativity and innovation -- right f*cking here. And how did we do that? It did it through freedom.
And as soon as you see something - anything - that comes along and inhibits your freedom, you should be very cautious about that. You should be very suspicious. Because anything that comes along that can inhibit your freedom is by definition anti-American.


Joshua Reid, Vince Tagliavia and Jason Reid started today's show by discussing America's role in recent history that was a beacon of freedom to the rest of the world and how those days have changed. Josh said,

Those days are gone and now we're fighting to get them back.

Culture has slowly changed dramatically and people realize they're frogs sitting in a boiling pot. We see liberal celebrities and everyday people talking about the truth every day now. Communities need to collaborate and come together more than ever in these trying times. We hear a lot about what's happening in New York, California and other states but what is happening in your state and local communities?

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