So there I am, sitting at the Whiskey Wall in Connecticut with a combat veteran turned police officer.
“They just don’t get it,” he told me. “They just don’t get why we voted for Trump. And I can’t say ANYTHING on social media – because I’m a cop and the department has strict social media policies.”
Before Trump threw his hat in the ring in the run for President, I was VERY vocal that if he were to run… he’d crush it. I knew he’d run a marketing campaign… not a political campaign.
The media attacked me. Friends and family attacked me. They all told me I had no idea what I was talking about. They insisted that I didn’t have my finger on the pulse of America.
Needless to say, I’m still owed a lot of steak dinners.
For far too long, The Silent Majority has been told to shut up. They’ve been told they don’t know what they’re talking about.
They’ve been censored on Google, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
They don’t identify as conservative or liberal… Republican or Democrat. They are simply Americans who love their country and have a strong moral compass about what they want for their families.
And then, somewhere along the line, the word “patriotism” became a dirty word.
People were attacked for their love of country.
And we became divided.
That’s why The Whiskey Patriots were born.
When our Founding Fathers were drafting The Constitution, they didn’t have easy access to clean drinking water… and so they sipped whiskey. It was also a form of currency back then. The name The Whiskey Patriots is a tribute to the founding values of our country.
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But we’re proud to partner with The Whiskey Patriots to give a voice to those who feel they’ve been censored and those who are looking to have conversations about the bigger issues impacting our country outside of law enforcement.
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We enjoy reading the content of writers who talk about hot button issues in America… even when we don’t agree with their perspectives. And we appreciate the resurrection of civil discourse in a country that wasn’t created in an echo chamber of the same opinion… but rather in a battlefield of various opinions all focused on love for country.
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