Conservative Republican founds organization to combat the liberals push for ‘cancel culture’

As we see cancel culture become more prevalent in our society with the canceling of the Indian on Land-O-Lakes butter to the removal of the beautiful Aunt Jemima changed to the Pearl Milling Company. Many have found the nations cancel culture wars exhausting.

Mike Davis is not one of those people though. The self-described republican and conservative announced on Monday the creation of a new group, Unsilenced Majority, that seeks to “oppose cancel culture and fight back against the woke mob and their enablers,” as the press release put it. “Our goal is to organize a grassroots army of everyday American activists all over the country,” Davis told Yahoo News.

The 43-year-old Davis has served as both an independent adviser to the Senate Judiciary Committee and counsel to Sen. Chuck Grassley, that committee’s leading Republican for part of the Trump presidency. He helped the GOP successfully confirm all three of Trump’s nominees to the Supreme Court: Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett.

Dr. Seuss’s “If I Ran the Zoo” and a statue of Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart are two items that have come under fire by leftist activists.

Davis insists the cultural battle is worth fighting, and not just because it seems to receive inordinate coverage by all facets of the media. “I can work circles around people,” he said.

The 43-year-old Davis has served as both an independent adviser to the Senate Judiciary Committee and counsel to Sen. Chuck Grassley, that committee’s leading Republican for part of the Trump presidency. He helped the GOP successfully confirm all three of Trump’s nominees to the Supreme Court: Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett.

The most bruising of those hearings was that of Kavanaugh, who was accused of sexual assault. Davis says that fight showed conservatives that “if you punch back, you win, never bow to the left-wing mobs, whether it’s #MeToo, #BLM, #antifa, or woke fascism.”

He wants the Unsilenced Majority to defeat cancel culture by using cancel culture. His hope is for those activists to act as a force against liberal left activists who have pressured or persuaded corporations, politicians, and cultural institutions to go hard left on racial or gender issues.

According to Davis they will target companies that terminate employees for alleged offenses against the liberal consensus. Davis will also focus on the prevalent “left-wing fascism on campus,” which was a reference to liberal left activism that has been overtaking our college campuses. He also wants to target corporate opposition to Georgia’s new voting laws essentially believing that corporations should not be opposing laws passed to by the elected officials to enhance the integrity of the election system and make it fairer.

Davis envisions a “coalition of online activists” taking the fight to social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter where progressives have been successful in spreading liberal left ideology. Davis who reiterates the sentiment that many Americans feel, that is the feeling and belief that cancel culture is un-American.

This is coming on the heels of the Dr. Suess cancelation and the disdain over those books alleged racist images. GOP hopefuls for the 2024 presidential nomination like Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri and Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota have expended significant energy in denouncing cancel culture. Unsilenced Majority is plainly intended to abet those efforts, and in the words of Davis fight the leftist fascism infiltrating our culture.

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