"I just want everyone to hold the line; stand your ground. We all draw on a line. We've all drawn lines in the sand. And a lot of times we compromise on those lines and they kind of get blurred, and then we start to give ground. There's no such thing as giving ground anymore," Captain Deplorable, whose real name is Shawn Farash, told host Ohio Brett Bohl during the April 27 episode of "The Ohio Brett Show" on Brighteon.TV.
"When you push back and show a little bit of resistance, you're going to see just how weak your opposition is. And you are going to come out on top, so hold the line, draw your line in the sand, give no ground, take ground back and fight to make America great again."
The founder of Long Island Loud Majority in the state of New York stressed that America was founded on religious and individual liberties, so the government should not be bullying the American people.
"The fact that the government, local, state and federal governments, deemed themselves powerful enough to tell you that you're not allowed to run your business, that you're not allowed to gather with your friends, that you're not allowed to go to church. Draw your line in the sand, and when somebody crosses that line, push back because that is the schoolyard bully," Farash said.
The comedian said he and his team are excited to keep fighting for people who repeatedly had their voices shut down by unfriendly media, unfriendly people or a combination of both.
"We give them a place to go to voice their opinions, to be patriotic, freedom-loving and liberty-loving Americans. And that's really who I am and what I care about deeply. I love this country with every fiber of my being. And I'm going to fight like hell to make sure that this country does not get lost to the Marxists," Farash said.
Americans need to be aware of the important issues
Farash, who is known for his style and comedic relief, said he wants to bring awareness to the very important issues that America is facing right now. The Long Island Loud Majority founder noted that when people start to treat scientists and elected representatives as godlike figures, that is when they lose their way.
He also mentioned that children are now learning about horrendous things in some public schools at a young age. Farash said these things come directly from people who are doing the work of evil willingly, and this happens when people lose their moral compass.
The comedian added that raising awareness of different issues in a funny way has enabled him to open the eyes of other people and allow them to start thinking for themselves. He added that Americans need to restore the important institutions in the country and give the powers back to the people because that is what inherently makes America great.
Farash also mentioned that he has no intention to appear on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" (SNL) show.
"I just want to say one thing because a lot of people had mentioned, 'You know your impersonation is so good that should be on SNL.' And I've said this over and over. I've said it publicly and privately. I love to say it publicly. If Saturday Night Live ever called and asked me to be on their show the answer would be a resounding no. I will not let NBC. I will not let these people make money off of me to serve their agenda. That's never going to happen," Farash said.
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