Lunatic Leftists and Their Feral Foundlings Not Welcome
Last week someone named Josh Colletta took it upon himself to attempt to bully and shame Robert Socha, a respected member of The Daily Rant (TDR) team, for daring to exercise his God-given right to attend the January 6, 2021, rally for President Trump in Washington, D.C.
Colletta attacked Robert saying: “You committed sedition, as did everyone else who attended the attempted coup on January 6th. This is not in question. The entire purpose of the event was to violate and invalidate part of the Constitution. You were advocating the overthrow of the legitimate government of the United States. … And to deny that there was a riot? To deny that it was insurrection? To deny that your co-conspirators participated in a violent terrorist attack on the United States Capitol Building? … And for the record, I’m more conservative than you are. You don’t get to pin this on “liberals.” TRUE patriots like myself are standing up to you.”
When I posted a comment stating that Anftifa and BLM were domestic terrorist groups and that they had infiltrated the assemblage and incited the violence, Colletta made the profound assertion: “Wrong again, and neither antifa nor BLM are terrorists, but keep fooling yourself. You’re the problem.”
It was a stunning admission of cluelessness. If Antifa and BLM are not domestic terrorist groups, then the KKK is a “Kookie Kutting Klub.”
I noted that President Trump had offered 10,000 National Guard Troops in the event BLM and Antifa did start trouble, and the congressional establishment refused his offer. I included the links to television news reports and national newspapers that had carried the information I shared.
However, as noted above Colletta wasn’t interested in facts or truth. He along with one of his minions, called “U. Nreel” (who I am sure is an “unreel” person, but I digress), chimed in calling me “a disingenuous hack” and accusing me of quitting the debate because I could not handle Colletta.
I said, what I felt needed to be said and them blocked them, which brings me to my point.
TDR is my website/blog. It is a place were like-minded people can come for straightforward, unapologetic, conservative commentary delivered from a Christian perspective. No one, and especially something like Colletta and minion are permitted to come on my page and attempt to bully people, not that Robert needs me to stand up for him. Robert is more than capable of standing up for himself. But! Robert doesn’t own this website, I do!
Thus, people like Colletta are guests by permission and I revoked their permission. Anyone who argues Antifa and BLM are not domestic terrorist groups are unreasonable illiterates worthy only of scorn.
I banned him because I didn’t want him or his kind on my page. Also, like twitter and facebook, I determined via knowledgable public sources that which he was spewing was false, and I deemed the unwarranted attacks as violation of community standards I establish as I arbitrarily and capriciously determine them to be needed. A practice I copied from twitter and facebook. Sarcasm and sardonic humor intended.
TDR was created with you in mind. It is a place where you are able and encouraged to share your your faith, Christian values, and opinions, free from the attempted insults.
I anticipate having the TDR message board and video channel fully operation very shortly. All subscribers will be able to comment, post, share, and carry on discussions of their choosing.
I will not tolerate those like Colletta and his feral foundling who lie and make false claims. Their boorishness is not welcome here.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here