Holly: Our rights come from God, not from Google

Republican U.S. Sen. Speaking at the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Friday, February 26, Josh Hawley (R-CA) lashed out at the “radical left” and the world’s “tech majors” for imposing their leftist agenda on America. tech majors” of the world for imposing their leftist agenda on America, he also loudly proclaimed, “Our rights come from God, not from Google.”

In his speech, Senator Hawley of Missouri said that America is facing one of the greatest crisis moments in its history, and that it is facing an unprecedented alliance between the radical left and the largest, most powerful corporations in the history of the world.

Senator Hawley named Google, Facebook and Twitter, noting that these companies have more power than any other in U.S. history, and that they have joined forces with the radical left in an attempt to impose their agenda on America.

Hawley warned that the radical left is in league with these big tech companies who want to run the country and are about to do so if the people do nothing, and it will become an oligarchy – and that’s the choice America now faces, whether it wants a republic under the rule of the people, or an oligarchy.

That’s the choice we face today, the challenge we face,” he said. This is a dangerous moment. We must stand up, we must stand up for what we stand for on the Constitution of the United States and the Declaration of Independence.”

Senator Hawley also mentioned that the Declaration of Independence says that our inalienable right to Life and liberty comes from God, not the government.

Then, Hawley added, “Our rights come from God , not from Google. Right?”

Hawley also emphasized, “This is the battle of our Time, to make people’s rule a reality again, to restore the sovereignty of the American people. …… That’s the battle for freedom, the battle for freedom that has existed since the beginning of human history.”

Looking back at what has happened in the past two months, the tech giants suppressed and shut down conservative voices and even censored the speech of then-President Trump. Hawley said, “If they can censor him (meaning Trump), they can censor any American citizen.”

Then, Hawley told the crowd what he would do to break up the tech giants. He said, “Take these big companies apart and cut them down to size for the good of the people and for our freedom!”

In addition, Hawley added, “It’s not just for the big tech companies, but for all the big multinational companies that sold us to China (the Chinese Communist Party), sold out the workers, sold out the jobs, they need to be broken up and we need to have free and fair competition in this country again.”

In his remarks, Senator Hawley also spoke about his opposition to the certification of electoral votes on January 6, which was suspected of electoral fraud and for which he was suppressed by the left, but said he would never bow down to the forces of the left and never give in.

Hawley said, “For the last six weeks, the radical left, their big corporate allies, the leftist media, have tried to cancel me, censor me, expel me, shut me down, stop me from representing the people of Missouri, stop me from representing you. And guess what? I’m here today. I’m not going anywhere, and I’m not backing down. Absolutely not, absolutely not!”

Senator Hawley received several standing ovations from the audience during his remarks.