The military has always been something of a bastion of conservative and patriotic values; progressives have always attacked it from within by installing Marxists like Mark Milley and Lloyd Austin in key positions. Now the left gets a taste of their own medicine, as they are attacked from within their most secure fortified stronghold— the entertainment industry. Rapper, Nikki Minaj has refused to allow herself to be bullied by the woke mob and has doubled down on her rebellious stance against the jab.

First, she enraged the liberal establishment with a commonsense tweet advising those unsure whether to get the Covid jab as the left demands to “pray on it & make sure you’re comfortable with ur decision, not bullied.”

The mob came at her like a swarm of angry badgers on meth. Admirably, she chose not to cower and apologize like most the entertainment industry do these days, but to stand her ground and denounce leftist cancel culture, aptly comparing it to the totalitarianism imposed by the regime in communist China:

This illustrates what’s wrong with our country today. We used to function as a bastion of free expression but not anymore. Trust me there is a lot that most conservatives would adamantly disagree with Nikki Minaj about, but we can respect each other because we are all Americans who agree on the importance of fundamental freedoms like free speech and bodily autonomy. Liberals used to agree too — but not anymore, which is why Nikki Minaj has set their panties on fire. Good for her. You go Girl.



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By Howard Roark

Howard Roark is a Senior Fellow with the Kirby Institute and editor of The Deplorable Patriot. He’s a second amendment advocate, avid shooter, hunter, fisherman, fur trapper, writer, artist, poet, and inventor of the wall port central vacuum cleaner system. He is both a moral and a practical man and is fully committed to the artistic integrity of every one of his endeavors or projects whether working as a common laborer in a rock quarry or operating a Fortune 500 design firm.

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