I admit to not having the bandwidth to care about the Olympics. I love my country and feel I can display sufficient patriotism by checking the medal count and acknowledging America's dominance. But there's still something messed up about allowing China to host the Winter Olympics. Not when we're going on two years plus fifteen days to flatten the curve. When a lot of us on the right find ourselves saying, "
You know, Al Sharpton makes a good point
," something is wrong. The rest of the free world didn't seem to think so.
Rep. Mike Waltz teamed up with NBA star Enes Freedom--who, unlike LeBron James, isn't afraid to speak out on important social issues--cut a commercial to highlight China's atrocities. The thinking is the Olympic audience might not know. NBC won't air the ad. For now, it's available on Twitter.
NBC refused to air my Olympics ad with
unless we censor U.S. corporate logos of the Genocide Games sponsors.
"The world's great athletic showcase. But just outside the show: rape, genocide, slave labor. American companies are drunk on Chinese dollars. Entangle with Communist dictator committing atrocities, and propping up these Genocide Games staged by the Chinese Communist Party. And what can we do? Stand for Freedom. Defund the dictators. When you see 'Made in China,' put it down."