The Censorship Epidemic: The Fight For Free Speech

Published: April 18, 2022
In a society that prides itself on free speech, it's alarming to see the amount of censorship happening right before our eyes. Social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are rife, with posts being deleted or blocked for no reason other than people disagreeing with them. This silences voices and prevents critical thinking and discourse from taking place. Cancel culture, or the act of silencing someone for their views, is a natural and dangerous threat to our democracy. We need to be able to access all sides of an argument to discern the truth and hold our elected officials accountable. We're not getting the whole picture when we only allow one side of an issue to be heard.

The Unconstitutional Act of Censorship

Free speech is a fundamental right that we should all be able to exercise without fear of retribution. When we silence someone for their views, we infringe on their constitutional rights. It's our duty to stand up for the privilege of everyone's freedom of speech, not just those we agree with.

Censorship is Unconstitutional and Dangerous

Censorship is a serious issue, and it's happening all too often these days. We need to be able to access all sides of an argument to discern the truth and hold our elected officials accountable. We're not getting the whole picture when we allow only one side of a case to be heard. The Unconstitutional Act of Censorship is dangerous because it silences voices, prevents critical thinking, and limits our access to information. We must all stand up for the right of everyone's freedom of speech. Otherwise, we're at risk of losing our democracy.

How Cancel Culture is a Threat to Democracy

Cancel culture is a threat to democracy because it silences voices, prevents critical thinking, and limits our access to information. We must all stand up for the right of everyone's freedom of speech. Otherwise, we're at risk of losing our democracy.

Why Free Speech is Important

Free speech is essential to democracy because it enables us to understand complex issues without being biased by only one side's opinion. It empowers people to use their voices and have a say in what happens in the world around them. Without free speech, there can be no open discourse or meaningful conversations. We need free speech to progress as a society and make informed decisions about our world.

Join The Fight!

It's more important than ever to use our voices to fight for free speech for all people. We must stand up against censorship, cancel culture, and use our representatives to create a more open and inclusive society. By speaking out against censorship, we're helping to protect our democracy and ensuring that everyone has a voice. We can all help fight for free speech by speaking out against censorship, sharing information about the issue, and raising awareness. Let's work together to create a society where everyone is free to express their views without fear of retribution. There are 30 million Christians in the United States who don't use their voice to change policy. But your voice does matter. Especially when a million of us speak at once to those that have the power to change things — the policymakers in this country. And the policymakers have told us the number one thing that changes their position regarding issues is when a constituent from their district mails them a signed note. So sign for Million Voices and use your voice today.