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Former Fed Prosecutor Seeks Pledge From “Every Business In America” That 2020 Election Was “Accurate”

Former Fed Prosecutor Seeks Pledge From “Every Business In America” That 2020 Election Was “Accurate”

“The final piece asks companies to ‘not support, donate to or endorse politicians, political campaigns or political action committees that promoted false conspiracy theories surrounding the 2020 presidential elections (or otherwise acted in ways contrary to a representative democracy)’.”

A former federal prosecutor, Glenn Kirschner, has launched a campaign to force “every business in America” to take a pledge that states, in part, that “The 2020 presidential election was free and fair, and produced accurate, reliable results.”

Any American business refusing to take this pledge, regardless of their own personal beliefs, will presumably be subjected to the cancel mob.

The Huffington Post reports:

A former federal prosecutor has launched a campaign to press American businesses to openly reject the core assertion that former President Donald Trump and many in his party continue to make, that the 2020 election was somehow illegitimate.

“The 2020 presidential election was free and fair, and produced accurate, reliable results,” reads the explanation behind the “Democracy Pledge” that Glenn Kirschner hopes to put before “every company in the country” in the coming months. “Those who sought to undermine or otherwise refused to acknowledge these results, share responsibility for the civil unrest after the election, culminating in violence at the United States Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.”

The pledge includes a declaration of “valuing, affirming and supporting democracy,” and of affirming “that the election of Joseph R. Biden and Kamala Harris was free, fair and legitimate.”

The final piece asks companies to “not support, donate to or endorse politicians, political campaigns or political action committees that promoted false conspiracy theories surrounding the 2020 presidential elections (or otherwise acted in ways contrary to a representative democracy).”

“What we’re trying to do is force companies’ hands so they can’t be agnostic,” Kirschner said.

There’s probably something wrong with this, right?


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After four years of Russia, Russia, Russia?

Fuck you.

    ghost dog in reply to Paul. | March 21, 2021 at 2:18 am

    Brevity is the Soul of Wit. Best comment on the net today.

    SeiteiSouther in reply to Paul. | March 21, 2021 at 2:52 pm

    Funny how people didn’t push for accuracy after the Bush-Gore election.

    This is chilling.

    Eddie Coyle in reply to Paul. | March 22, 2021 at 9:18 am

    Wow, crushed it. No need to add.

    chocopot in reply to Paul. | March 22, 2021 at 4:42 pm

    My exact thoughts.

    Kirschner can take her “pledges” and stick them up her ass.

      dunce1239 in reply to | March 24, 2021 at 3:42 pm

      The law schools are graduating too many morons, they need to make calculus a required course to limit the number of impaired thinkers.

      Stupid people are too stupid to know they’re stupid. Glenn is laughable with controlitis because she’s out of control, lol; Glenn, you still have to know yourself to think for yourself and you have to know God a little to know yourself. Pray for her…

    Virginia42 in reply to Paul. | March 24, 2021 at 8:48 am

    F*ck him in triplicate.

    Neo in reply to Paul. | March 24, 2021 at 11:00 am

    American business are forced by the fear of alienating any customers of taking a political position on anything, so many will not pledge.

    Perhaps, we can get a pledge that the “Trump 2016 campaign never colluded with the Russians” as put forth in the Mueller Report.

    A pledge of “The 2020 presidential election was free and fair, and produced accurate, reliable results” is more than any government contractor is required to do to work for the government.
    This pledge is clearly a violation of the 1st and 5th Amendments.

      bhwms in reply to Neo. | March 24, 2021 at 11:31 am

      Turning their tactics around on them is a key method to teaching them this is a bad idea. Coming up with our own pledge – or set of pledges – is a great counter-tactic. Kudos.

        Neo in reply to bhwms. | March 25, 2021 at 12:48 pm

        Pledge that the Warren Report was conducted free and fair, and produced accurate, reliable accounting of the assassination of President John F Kennedy

    Pablo in reply to Paul. | March 24, 2021 at 4:35 pm

    Dear Mr. Kirschner,

    I am seated in the smallest room in my house. I have your Democracy Pledge before me. It shall soon be behind me.

    Fuck You,

    Slitzy in reply to Paul. | March 25, 2021 at 8:36 am

    Ditto the F.U. Wikipedia is a corrupt mess, but if you all want a giant giggle, look this uber d-bag up on wiki. I nearly wet myself when I came upon the Mueller thang.

If that were true, there wouldn’t be any need for all the coercion. The fact that they continue to be obsessed with preventing anybody from disagreeing with them is only evidence of their own guilty consciences.

    irv in reply to txvet2. | March 20, 2021 at 8:24 pm

    Incorrect. Guilty knowledge, yes, but in order to have guilty consciences, they would have to have consciences.

    If the truth were on their side, the officials would recount the votes. the courts and legislatures would enforce the law and allow testimony to be submitted. There would be recounts and investigations… all on the official record to set the record straight. But they already know the truth and it needs to be extinguished so they resort to repressing those who disagree and siccing useful “baizuo” like Milhouse on us. That’s how communist takeovers work.

      Milhouse in reply to Pasadena Phil. | March 22, 2021 at 1:50 am

      Fuck you very much. Go drop dead you useless piece of garbage.

      mark311 in reply to Pasadena Phil. | March 22, 2021 at 8:31 am

      @Pasadena Phil

      There have been recounts, and investigations and the courts cases have shown what a weak case ‘election fraud’ has been.

      Its pretty bizarre attacking Milhouse, might not agree with him on many points but what you are doing is pretty dishonest.

        bhwms in reply to mark311. | March 22, 2021 at 9:38 am

        I agree about attacking Milhouse – mere disagreement does not equal “baizou.”

        But @mark311 – what court cases, specifically, have looked at facts and rendered a decision? Do not include cases that were dismissed on procedural grounds.
        What cases addressed the issues of officials other than the State Legislatures changing election laws and procedures?

        gibbie in reply to mark311. | March 22, 2021 at 9:48 am

        This is false. Courts have refused to examine a significant number of claims because of lack of standing, mootness, and other excuses. Some progress is being made:

        “Michigan Court of Claims Judge Christopher Murray ruled that Sec. of State Jocelyn Benson’s guidance ordering local election clerks to presume absentee ballot signatures were accurate violated the law.”

        I agree that the attack on Milhouse is out of line. So is Milhouse’s response. Let’s try n0t to eat each other like leftists do.

        caseoftheblues in reply to mark311. | March 23, 2021 at 10:34 pm

        Mark you are embarrassingly ignorant of the facts and evidence of the MASSIVE fraud that took place. As a start…do tell the last election when 5 states simply “stopped counting” at basically the same time and when they “started counting again” the next day all had magically switched by tens to hundreds of thousands of votes to the other guy winning from the point they had “stopped” the night before. Do tell when that has happened in the past. Lets just start there shall we….


        Repeating —

        Paul | March 20, 2021 at 7:38 pm

        After four years of Russia, Russia, Russia?

        Fuck you.

        henrybowman in reply to mark311. | March 24, 2021 at 1:29 am

        “There have been recounts, and investigations and the courts cases have shown what a weak case ‘election fraud’ has been.”

        You sound like those dingbats whose mantra for 50 years was that ‘the Supreme Court has never ruled that the right to keep and bear arms is an individual right, as opposed to a right of organized government militias.”

        Until the day they did.

    henrybowman in reply to txvet2. | March 21, 2021 at 5:10 pm

    Right. It’s an idea so popular, so blindingly and obviously correct, that businesses have to be forced to endorse it.

Razor wire and loyalty pledges. How to inspire confidence.

This is how juntas that steal elections in totalitarian banana republics behave.

They use their illegitimate government power to coerce everyone to say the election was legitimate.

Such actions serve to confirm they stole the election. And while they may be able to coerce people to say what they want them to say they cannot control what people think.

Never thought I’d ever see anything like this happen in America.

Why should we assume the accuracy of an election that has several obvious oddities to it, when you won’t admit to the accuracy of the 2016 election?

It sounds outrageous I realize, but I’m of the mind we are no different from a banana republic at this point, what with a fraudulent and stolen election and two selected figureheads fronting a provisional ruling junta.

Ferfuggs eggs | March 20, 2021 at 8:42 pm

If the election were so fair and accurate, why do they have to go to these lengths to convince people it was?

‘We have officially ignored the evidence, therefore there is no evidence’

    CorkyAgain in reply to Ferfuggs eggs. | March 20, 2021 at 9:37 pm

    This isn’t about convincing anyone, which would mean they had a decent respect for people’s right to judge the facts according to their own lights.

    No, it’s about demanding submission to their rule, along with identifying and punishing anyone who does NOT submit.

      Ferfuggs eggs in reply to CorkyAgain. | March 20, 2021 at 10:46 pm

      Yep, that was kinda my point. This is just another tool for the left to use to single out and target those who don’t agree. They truly are sick and demented.

      henrybowman in reply to CorkyAgain. | March 21, 2021 at 5:12 pm

      To be fair, they kind of closed the door on any possible “convincing” strategy by publishing that “in your face” piece in Time Magazine.

Halcyon Daze | March 20, 2021 at 8:45 pm

Teach me how to prove a negative.

smalltownoklahoman | March 20, 2021 at 8:46 pm

The only thing you deserve as a response Glenn is the ol’ one finger salute!

How about we get a special prosecutor, four years and $40 million to dig into it and prove it for real?

“Former Fed prosecutor” is obviously delusional. I submit that a thorough review of his cases on behalf of the government should be subject to review.

    Oops. Grammar sucks. You know what I mean.

    lawgrad in reply to Rusty Bill. | March 21, 2021 at 10:32 am

    Glenn Kirschner was a federal prosecutor in Washington DC for many years, but that was years ago and he is now in private practice and a daily YouTuber. His “Justice Matters” YouTube channel has very little to do with his status as a former prosecutor, other than provide some credibility to comment upon litigation. He is also a legal consultant on MSNBC.

    Kirschner is encouraging his audience to play a more active role in monitoring the court system, particularly judges confirmed during the past four years.

    In general, I think greater citizen involvement in government is positive, and we must all accept that people are going to disagree on policy issues. If a person believes that it is ok for corporations to lobby on tax issues, then it follows that they can lobby on ballot or voter access issues.

    However, there is no reason to hold a corporation accountable for Jan. 6, just because one of their employees was in Washington DC on that day or they refuse to issue a statement on this issue. Compelled speech is always offensive to First Amendment principles.

      artichoke in reply to lawgrad. | March 21, 2021 at 10:40 am

      *Kirschner is encouraging his audience to play a more active role in monitoring the court system, particularly judges confirmed during the past four years.*


      The right ought to start using “particularly” and name their most (or least, depending on context) favored group. It used to be weird, but now that the Dems and particularly the anti-racist crew do it, we should learn from them and do it better!

      bw222 in reply to lawgrad. | March 21, 2021 at 12:43 pm

      Legal consultant for MSNBC. No, he doesn’t have an agenda.

      Julian A Smith in reply to lawgrad. | March 22, 2021 at 1:28 pm

      Well said.

Please. What basis would General Motors or AT&T or the Pittsburgh Penguins have for opining on the fairness of an election? This is ridiculous!

As a token of good will, Glenn Kirschner, publish your home and office address. If the mob comes for those who refuse your offer, we will want to have a word with you. More or less.

The obsession is a good indication it was not.

Not just no but HELL NO! I am not going pledge anything, particularly the “pledge of allegiance”.

Indoctrination has been around longer than I have, it just takes awhile to see it for what it is. This is not a government of the people, for the people, this is a tyrannical central force that is inflicting the most vile despots in public office to abuse anyone who will tolerate what they have created.

The federal government is not “your friend”, they have become a malicious and malignant force that serves no one other that itself.

The gallows in Ft. Smith are as serviceable now as they ever were. America needs some change. Let them resign or just hang them.

Benito Pelosininni and Adolph Schumer, the names change from era to era but Legion is their name.

Back in the 60s they used to refer to nonconformists as subversives. America could use some old fashioned “subversives” to rid Congress of pathological elected “careers”.

There is NO possibility that J’Obiden won an election, the damned old fool cannot even appear in public. Hell, even Hillary had more stamina than the Delaware doosh.

    Julio2121 in reply to NotKennedy. | March 22, 2021 at 9:24 am

    Pelosininni and Adolph. Thank you for cracking me up on an otherwise still unemployed due to Covid Monday morning. Cheers. Though I think it might be Benita, it was still priceless.

Sig heil Herr kommisar.
Loyalty oaths for the troops, loyalty oaths for businesses. Can the purge be far behind?

    WrongWay in reply to 4fun. | March 22, 2021 at 11:58 am

    Purge is an interesting choice of words…and I have been thinking lately that a media purge might not be a bad start for clearing the dreck. When I look for the common thread running through so much of the lunacy I see around us it is the media that keep showing up. Politicians behave the way(s) they do in substantial part due to the influence of the media. SJWs, cancellists and other identity-politics types thrive in the ground plowed by the leftist media.

    I understand, though, that your reference was to a purge by the overlords of us underlings, or at least certain categories of us. Not sure that isn’t already happening, at least in an indirect way. Careers/livelihoods being destroyed. Free speech stifled. Lots of damage already occuring. If you reference an actual purge, ala French Revolution, Russian Revolutions, etc then I think that meets with a LOT of resistance from those who actually (for now) have the means to resist. Now, if we can be de-fanged/unarmed…then we got a problem.

Methinks they doth protest too much.

Glenn, you buffoons aren’t the only people keeping lists, You and your friends do not live in castles.

And always that unspoken threat that if you don’t accede to Kirschner’s wishes, your name and address will be given to Antifa/BLM, right? Isn’t extortion illegal? Oh, that’s right, it isn’t illegal if you’re extorting someone the Left doesn’t like. I forgot.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to Idonttweet. | March 20, 2021 at 11:07 pm

    ” your name and address will be given to Antifa/BLM”

    In that event, a tactical shotgun and 00 buck is an appropriate greeting.

      And depending on where you live it’s you that will come under the DA’s legal attention. Ask the McCloskys how that works, or the guy in Portland that got railroaded by the (il)legal system for using a firearm to defend himself from a beating by Antifa thugs.

      (And no, for some it’s not as easy as “don’t live in a 3rd world toilet masquerading as an American city”, even if that would be the optimal situation.)

        Julian A Smith in reply to Nohbody. | March 22, 2021 at 1:57 pm

        I could invoke the old saw: “I’d rather be judged by twelve, then carried by six,” but I will refrain and simply state that we have a GOD-given right to defend ourselves from forces that would seek to separate from us our GOD-given right to own our lives, property, and our loved ones. If one is acting truly in the rightful, lawful defense of self, then one is AUTOMATICALLY ‘in the right’, no matter what corrupt “authorities” say or do. To allow ourselves to become coward by the fear of what possible action said “authorities” might take against us for exercising our GOD-given rights is tantamount to surrendering those rights—AND THAT’S PRECISELY WHAT THESE CORRUPT “authorities” are attempting to achieve!

      Julio2121 in reply to JusticeDelivered. | March 22, 2021 at 9:31 am

      You beat me to the point. Sometimes I kind of wish they would come “a knockin.” I particularly love the fraud phone calls when some guy with a very foreign accent calls to say that they are from the IRS and unless I pay on the spot they will be sending deputies. I ask them if they need directions.

Lucifer Morningstar | March 20, 2021 at 11:09 pm

Perhaps while they are forcing businesses and people to sign loyalty oaths they could also establish some kind of committee to investigate and monitor those they believe are guilty of not toeing the proper liberal democrat ideology. I’m thinking they could call it the House Un-American Activities Committee or HUAC for short. Just my 2¢

An oath like that violates every other thing important to me in life: my family and friends; my faith; my profession; and my duty to the US constitution and not to political entities.

Glenn KIrschner can GFH.

Is she American? America is a representative republic. The founders explicitly avoided the democratic/dictatorial duality (i.e. left-wing regime).

So when does Rod Serling pop up and say “Next stop, the Twilight Zone”?

Any business that declined to agree would never get near any government contract.

Yeah, “fake but accurate” like Dan Rather would say.

Read and got most of links watched or read in The Deep Rig
No it wasnt., and we are screwed because I see no way it will be fixed and the Democrats are going to make vote fraud the law.

MoeHowardwasright | March 21, 2021 at 6:47 am

As a business owner…this former Fed can GFY!! There will be no pledges, no giving in, no kneeling at the alter of communism. I am offended not as a person, but as an American at crap like this moron puts out there. The “Tree of Liberty” is going to need watering sooner, rather than later if this trajectory isn’t halted.

I looked this asshole up. Surprise surprise, he does “Legal Analysis” for MSNBC and CNN. He also is on a campaign to prosecute former President Trump for manslaughter for all the people he supposedly killed with his “mishandling of the pandemic”. He pals around with Jake Tapper and Joe Scarborough.

He’s nothing but a leftist hack and a blow-hard.

GFY Glenn.

Totalitarians fear truth and armed citizens. That was the purpose of the first two Amendments. So, what’s under constant attack? Free speech and personal weapons.

If Glenn Kirschner really believed that the election was fair, he wouldn’t be asking other to convince him of such

It’s remarkable how leftists repeat certain patterns of behavior. Dissent is simply not allowed. It’s not enough for them to have power… their opponents must not be allowed to even express doubt. You can’t even not care, to remain “agnostic.” This pledge is a sign of correct thought, and refusal to make it is taken as confirmation that the business owner is a dreaded Republican.

From “Power of the Powerless,” by Vaclav Havel:

“The manager of a fruit-and-vegetable shop places in his window, among the onions and carrots, the slogan: “Workers of the world, unite!” Why does he do it? What is he trying to communicate to the world? Is he genuinely enthusiastic about the idea of unity among the workers of the world? Is his enthusiasm so great that he feels an irrepressible impulse to acquaint the public with his ideals? Has he really given more than a moment’s thought to how such a unification might occur and what it would mean?

I think it can safely be assumed that the overwhelming majority of shopkeepers never think about the slogans they put in their windows, nor do they use them to express their real opinions. That poster was delivered to our greengrocer from the enterprise headquarters along with the onions and carrots. He put them all into the window simply because it has been done that way for years, because everyone does it, and because that is the way it has to be. If he were to refuse, there could be trouble. He could be reproached for not having the proper decoration in his window; someone might even accuse him of disloyalty. He does it because these things must be done if one is to get along in life. It is one of the thousands of details that guarantee him a relatively tranquil life “in harmony with society,” as they say.”

    henrybowman in reply to Evil Otto. | March 22, 2021 at 7:40 pm

    It’s remarkable how leftists repeat certain patterns of behavior. Dissent is simply not allowed. It’s not enough for them to have power… their opponents must not be allowed to even express doubt. You can’t even not care, to remain “agnostic.” This pledge is a sign of correct thought, and refusal to make it is taken as confirmation that the business owner is a dreaded Republican.

    “He accepted everything. The past was alterable. The past never had been altered. Oceania was at war with Eastasia. Oceania had always been at war with Eastasia. Jones, Aaronson, and Rutherford were guilty of the crimes they were charged with. He had never seen the photograph that disproved their guilt. It had never existed, he had invented it. He remembered remembering contrary things, but those were false memories, products of self-deception. How easy it all was! Only surrender, and everything else followed. It was like swimming against a current that swept you backwards however hard you struggled, and then suddenly deciding to turn round and go with the current instead of opposing it. Nothing had changed except your own attitude: the predestined thing happened in any case. He hardly knew why he had ever rebelled. Everything was easy, except!”

Glenn Kirschner wants to “force,” not “convince.” This hack knows the evidence is massive and inconvenient.

Also, “…produced accurate, reliable results.” is a strange construction.
a) Accuracy can be established empirically by testing or guaranteed by design. It is not established by “forced” surveys. But, to a leftist, it is defined by the narrative. Who needs data…
b) Reliability is empirical based on repeated measurements. We had one fake election. But, to a leftist, it is defined by the narrative. Who needs data…

These traitors sold their souls too cheaply as does every person who sells his/her soul. The books will be balanced when they are closed. Glenn should fear that day worse than he wants us to fear the Revolution.

Just plug this guy’s name into your search engine of choice, and behold the lunacy. His current employer is MSNBC/NBC, and it looks like he’s angling to get his own show, or become an MSNBC co-host.

He’s just looking for attention to further his budding TV career. The guy is a joke, and a total Moonbat. His podcast page is hilarious. For just $15 you too can become a “Team Justice Warrior”. LOL!

This clown is not someone to be taken seriously.

    CapeBuffalo in reply to SField. | March 24, 2021 at 12:47 am

    SField I totally agree with your analysis that Kirschner is a total Moonbat, BUT,unfortunately these moonbats can do some serious harm. Rush Limbaugh, in his last months often said that we used to laugh at these crazies but now they are mainstream!. Ignoring them is dangerous, they have to be,minimally, neutralized, better, destroyed
    Sorry about the downvote, fat fingers

      SField in reply to CapeBuffalo. | March 25, 2021 at 3:38 am

      Your point is well taken, and Rush was right on point. But from my point of view, the onslaught of crazy leftists is so much that you sometimes have to dismiss the ones who make the most over the top noise, and keep your focus on the ones who actually have power.

Rules of engagement for the upcoming civil war:

Anyone engaged in behaviors trying to silence dissent from the coup of 2020 is presumed a co conspirator and treasoner

This is no longer “democratic socialism”, this is straight up Stalinism, and this is not hyperbole. It is literally Stalinsim.

I always thought that only lies needed to be backed by threats and force. Let’s have the evidence be examined by an actual non-partisan tribunal (if one can be found) instead of avoided with claims of “lack of standing” before making a decision. This brand of “agree with us or we’ll unleash the Black Shirts on you” Fascism needs to be called out for what it is.

Somehow, I could see Glen Kirschner, who worked for Herr Müller, as someone who would have gladly volunteer to serve in the Einsatzgruppen. I’m sure he had plenty relatives who did.

    bw222 in reply to avi natan. | March 21, 2021 at 12:50 pm

    Actually he would have been a better fit with Joseph Stalin.

    Julio2121 in reply to avi natan. | March 22, 2021 at 9:45 am

    Avi I think you give the useless idiot a little too much credit. I doubt he could make it as a Brown Shirt and would have likely cut the hell out of himself on kristallnacht.

I will boycott anyone who takes this pledge and strive to patronize their competitors.

It will be Goya all over again. Bring it on!

SeekingRationalThought | March 21, 2021 at 11:24 am

Forcing people to agree with you isn’t a sign of strength.

Glenn Kirschner would have fit well in Stalin’s Soviet Union.

Sign ze papers old man.

One of the biggest problems we have is that extreme leftists, like Kirschner, are career federal bureaucrats.

Peculiar how zealously he D’rats deny election fraud, and how equally zealously they fight any attempt to investigate the possibility.

What has become of this country? I no longer recognize it.

Let’s not forget they want to purge the military of non-Leftists. And they wonder why many people don’t trust government and bureaucrats any more.

It’s almost like they’re not confident in the results of that election, or something.

Oh yeah, no problem. It makes good business sense to alienate half their customers.

Look at the list of companies who have signed on. You have never heard of any of them.

So, in short, they want every business in America to lie.

The election was fraudulent. First, massive fraud occurred by the introduction of fake votes in Georgia, Virginia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota, California, Washington, Arizona and likely other states. Dominion voting machines appear not only to be programable to cheat, but seem to have a significant bias to push votes to Democrats…..not surprisingly the political party of the principals. Only a fool would have these machines or any other the principals of this firm create under their next attempt to sell these suspect travesties.

Hell, AT&T (CNN), Viacom-CBS (CBS), Comcast (NBC, MSNBC), the Walt Disney Company (ABC), the New York Times, and Washington Post are doing this now – who needs a silly pledge?

It’s good that this person is a ‘former’ federal prosecutor, if disappointing (but unsurprising) that she ever was one. But then, that’s a big club. This woman should be raking leaves in the desert, somewhere.

To be filed with Form 1040:
Schedule XX – Declaration of Loyalty

Tactics like this convince me more and more that there was massive cheating going on in the election to ensure a Biden win. That’s why he barely left his basement.

Char Char Binks | March 24, 2021 at 9:28 am

Every American should be freely, fairly, and legitimately forced to recite this pledge.

2smartforlibs | March 24, 2021 at 10:09 am

This isn’t east Germany in the 70’s I for one refuse to take a knee for any leftist.

“…A former federal prosecutor, Glenn Kirschner, has launched a campaign to force ‘every business in America’ to take a pledge that states, in part, that ‘The 2020 presidential election was free and fair, and produced accurate, reliable results.’ …” And presumably proclaim their abiding love for big brother, err, the big guy.

This is what fascism looks like.

He must be related to Claude Kirchner. He should have stuck with the circus.

Grrr8 American | March 24, 2021 at 3:59 pm

I have a suspicion that one (not the only) motivation behind this is to foster a chilling effect upon employees from sea-to-shining-sea: in a roundabout way make fealty to the BIG LIE that this was a “free and fair election.”

Then employees (not without reason) will be afraid to voice truth to power, lest that be used as a pretext for firing them for “violating company policy” and/or insubordination — even if they restrict their advocacy / truth telling to off work time and locales.

As others have observed, the OBSESSIVE drive to compel people to express fealty to the BIG LIE is very telling — consistent with guilt, not innocence.

Dear Mr. Kirschner,

I am seated in the smallest room in my house. I have your Democracy Pledge before me. It shall soon be behind me.

Fuck You,

I live in a pretty “progressive” town but I don’t know anyone stupid enough to approach me and demand that I sign a loyalty pledge. I have plenty of opinions but my business? It’s apolitical. Always has been, always will be regardless of how many thugs try and force a position from me.

    Aw, how sad will you be when the loyalty pledge is presented to you? And it will be.

      Sanddog in reply to Fuzzy Slippers. | March 24, 2021 at 8:07 pm

      It’s a small town. I know all the local activists. I also own two businesses. Should they come to my firearms business and demand I sign a loyalty pledge, they’re not going to like the reception they receive.

        Heh, love it! 🙂 I suspect the same will be true in most small American towns, but we are so dependent on “big business” these days that this is still worrying.

I am surprised he doesn’t want a change to the Pledge of Allegiance to
specifically name Biden/Harris.

We should also hold people who refuse to acknowledge the existence of Antifa responsible for all the civil unrest an destruction they have caused, by his own reasoning.

Anyone who believes the last election was fair and honest must have never learned anything about human nature. The fact is the low lifes will always lie, cheat rather than follow the 10 commandments. They are always and only looking after themselves before the people they serve, yes our politicians.

Jester Naybor | March 25, 2021 at 7:36 am

Somewhere (likely hot), Joseph Goebbels cracks a slight smile (in his torment).

As for Kirschner … is this what he looks like when he takes off his skin suit?

Pledge my ass. Go stuff yourself.

Has Glenn Kirschner, former prosecutor, been disbarred? Because this kind of action merits disbarment.

Ohio Historian | March 26, 2021 at 5:03 pm

So we now have businesses that have to take loyalty oaths to a Democrat administration? While we still have 40,000 ballots without chains of custody in GA, we have PA that violated its own constitution, and various other things still going on that show it was NOT free and fair?

Let’s all goosestep down to our Biden rallies wearing masks and being in circles. Sounds like free to me.