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We The People wine steps up to silence left’s hatred of America: ‘Nothing should be off-limits’

What separates “We The People” from virtually every other wine brand in America is its unabashed conservatism. It wears its conservative values on its sleeve and ensures that proceeds from every bottle sold “go directly towards supporting candidates and causes that reflect the values our community stands for.”

It’s true there was once a time when companies didn’t need to declare their politics. But those days are long over. In recent years, scores of American corporations have come out in support of left-leaning causes such as Black Lives Matter, which espouses, among other issues, defunding local police departments.

Sports leagues have done the same.

But where are the companies coming out as proud conservatives? Where are the companies building culture rooted in conservative principles such as American exceptionalism, free markets, religious freedom and limited government?

To their credit, some are slowly popping up:

But not enough, and not in enough industries.

Nothing should be off-limits. If razor companies go woke, conservatives should start conservative razor companies. If Internet providers go woke, conservatives should launch conservative Internet providers. And if wine companies go woke, well then …

Liberals have amassed too much power. Full stop.

It’s imperative now more so than ever before that conservatives fight back before American culture, American politics and America itself cease to exist.

In his farewell speech to the American people delivered on Jan. 12th, 1989, Ronald Reagan warned of the people among us who seek to usurp and transform America into something it’s not.

“Are we doing a good enough job teaching our children what America is and what she represents? Younger parents aren’t sure that an appreciation of America is the right thing to teach modern children,” he said.

Thirty years later, American flags are viewed as symbols of “white supremacy,” the notion of making America great again is considered to be a dog whistle and the federal government is promoting anti-Americanism and racial essentialism in schools.

This is no coincidence.

“I’m warning of an eradication of the American memory that could result in an erosion of the American spirit. If we forget what we did, we won’t know who we are. We’ve got to do a better job of getting across that America is free, and freedom is special and rare,” Reagan continued.

“Freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of enterprise — as long as we remember our first principle and believe in ourselves, the future will always be ours. Ours was the first revolution in the history of mankind that truly reversed the course of government, and with three little words — we the people,”  he added.

We the people indeed.

“We The People,” the wine brand, strives to make real Reagan’s vision by building culture from the ground up, starting by satiating the palettes of wine lovers across the nation.

The point is that defeat doesn’t have to be an option. Reagan got this. So does “We The People.” However, defeat IS a possibility unless an effort is made.

Even as we sit here, the left is on the march through our institutions, through our schools, through our favorite sports teams, through our favorite TV shows, through every facet of our lives.

Are we on the march too? The possibilities are endless if we are, as Reagan noted in his speech 32 years ago.

We the people are free — once you begin a great movement, there’s no telling where it’ll end,” he said.

We The People” are a part of that movement, and they encourage you to join as well before it’s too late.

For if we the people give up and allow ourselves to lose our freedom now, there’s no telling if our freedom will ever return …

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