The last episode of Judge Napolitano’s Freedom Watch aired on Fox Business Monday. Freedom Watch and other primetime shows will instead be replaced with…reruns. Yes, primetime reruns on a news channel. The move has some fans wondering if the Judge was getting too close to the truth for mainstream media. You can decide that for yourself by watching this video in which he asks, “What if there were more than two sides to every issue?”
Judge Napolitano told us the plain truth for the last time on Monday, noting that only about one-third of Americans even supported the revolution that created our republic.
In 1776- this was the grandest fight for the greatest amount of freedom for the most people at any point in history, so who could possibly oppose it? And who in their right mind could not care? Fast forward to today. And ask, who could possibly support a government that regulates everything? Who could want a government that punishes people for speech; that lets its own agents write their own search warrants; that fights wars just to keep the military-industrial complex busy; that debases all you own by printing worthless money; that gives away more than half the tax dollars it collects; and that permits the president to lock up whoever he wants and to throw away the key?
Freedom Watch was a rare glimmer of truth in the media matrix centered around what a concerted minority of patriots brought us in 1776- the Constitution. The majority of people then and today could not care less, or (even worse) actively oppose freedom in favor of security. Whether because of complacency or fear, the American people do not care about the truth, and the Judge called us out on it. Thank you for telling the truth in a time of deceit.
You know in your heart that these natural rights are a part of our humanity and can not be denied us. And yet they have been denied. This happened because people were afraid to challenge the tyranny of the majority. America, the greatest losses to our freedom have come not from someone attacking us, but from the government ignoring the Constitution and the majority letting them get away with it. When good people do nothing bad things happen. As Jefferson reminded us, when the people fear the government there is tyranny, but when the government fears the people there is liberty.