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Rush Limbaugh used to talk about something he called the Limbaugh Echo Syndrome. He would say something on his show. Mainstream media outlets would repeat it or write about it. Those viewers & readers would share and discuss. And the words would keep echoing throughout the country and world. The echo effect not only applies to him but many influential people. I, nor anyone reading this blog, are ever likely to have a platform like a Limbaugh, Tucker Carlson, or Rachel Maddow. However, in today’s world, it doesn’t take much to have the same effect.
If you post a meme, maybe 10 people like or share it, but then followers of those 10 may like and share. Then, the effect ripples out in geometric fashion. Maybe eventually you reach an influential celebrity, teacher, journalist, CEO, or some other person with a large audience. Suddenly, your small post has the same kind of Limbaugh Echo effect. You’re more influential than you’ll ever know. Look around the world–protests & resistance to Covid tyranny is taking hold. Soft-spoken parents and students are taking a stand. Political views by demographic are shifting dramatically, with self-identified Democrats and socialists shrinking every day. Every one of you is making a difference. Feel free to steal & share anything from this website, or develop your own material in whatever platform you have available.
One tip on posting–try to limit your posts to a few per day. It’s fine to post a ton on pages specifically set up for sharing memes, but if you post too much on a common personal news feed, you’re likely to get unfollowed by many, even among those who like your posts. You’re simply crowding out posts from other friends & family that they want to see without several minutes of scrolling.
Some of you may be hesitant to post at all because you figure most people are set in their political views. For the most part, you’re probably correct, but it’s amazing how much the Ruling Class tyranny of the past two years has opened minds and transformed views. And remember, even if you don’t change a single person’s mind, you’re still letting other sensible, common sense folks out there know that THEY ARE NOT ALONE!
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