Contrary to what the mainstream media wants you to believe, conservatism isn’t dying.

In fact, based on the recent election, conservatism seems to be on the rise in America. The GOP gained a LOT of seats at all levels of government during the 2020 election, showing the world that America isn’t ready to roll over and show its belly to Marxists and socialism just yet.

Election Night 2020 was actually a WIN for conservatism, even though it looks like Trump may have been bushwhacked by Liberals and their cheat-by-mail antics.

So no, conservatism isn’t dying—but the Left is certainly trying to kill it.

Everywhere you turn, there’s an enemy to conservatism.

Whether it’s arts and entertainment, the mainstream media, or the beta overlords that run giant tech companies like Facebook and Twitter, there are VERY few electronic platforms available to Conservatives these days.

They censor us, they shadow-ban us in order to keep us hidden from the rest of the world, and they de-platform us, taking away the voices of strong Conservatives like Alex Jones or Laura Loomer.

Why Are They So Afraid Of Conservatism?

The powers-that-be in Big tech can’t stand the fact that people on the Right are gaining followers.

So, they get rid of them, sweeping them under the rug for any number of made-up reasons—and since these platforms are private entities, they can get rid of anybody they choose.

As Conservatives, we’ve come to accept this full-on assault of our ideology and our individual freedom to be heard, but that hasn’t stopped us from doing our best to fight this overwhelming Liberal bias against us.

However, we’ve got a new enemy.

While Big Tech companies like Google, Facebook, Twitter, and more have been doing whatever they can to silence us, another player has entered the game to ensure conservatism dies a slow and painful death: Little Tech.

While they’re nowhere on the scale of Big Tech’s massive popularity and profitability, there are some “Little Tech” companies doing THEIR part to silence the voices on the Right—and what they’ve been getting away with is almost criminal.

You may have never heard of Mailchimp before, but this company exists to allow businesses and organizations to utilize mass email services to stay in contact with their customers, followers, or members…

So, they’re extremely important in the grand scheme of things.

That being said, Mailchimp has now terminated services with a Conservative group simply for the fact that they are on the Right.

Little Tech Enters The Fray

According to a tweet by investigative reporter Luke Rosiak, “Mailchimp, a common email delivery service, has refused to provide service to the Northern Virginia Tea Party, citing that it violates their terms of agreement about ‘potential… misinformation.’ It had attempted to notify members about a recount rally.”

So, now, this Conservative group can no longer email their members, limiting their ability to get the kind of turnout and response needed to have their message heard by the American public.

This is as un-American as you can get…

And while it’s not illegal, it should be! This “Little Tech” company is unfairly preventing American’s from getting the very information they’ve asked for.

The problem is that the Northern Virginia Tea Party isn’t the ONLY Conservative group being dropped by Mailchimp. The email-delivery entity has also de-platformed South Carolina Conservative group “Engage the Right” for what they termed “hate speech,” taking away their ability to contact their subscribers entirely.

Is this the future of our country?

Are we going to need TWO of the same service for competing political ideologies?

It seems we may need to…

And that’s a frightening thought if we can’t even come together to form a business relationship.

This is stepping over the line…

And Conservatives need to make a stink about this. It borders on cultural discrimination!

We’ll see where this goes…

And you can bet where it ends up isn’t going to be good.


“When you tear out a man’s tongue, you are not proving him a liar, you’re only telling the world that you fear what he might say.” – George R .R. Martin