This sick attack on Speaker Mike Johnson shows just how far the Left will go to destroy anyone

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The leftists’ lust for power has no limit, and they are willing to go to any lengths to get it.

The radical Left has no moral foundation, and all they can do is attack Republican lawmakers.

But this new smear campaign against Mike Johnson is just sick, and it shows just how far the Left will go to destroy anyone.

Leftist commentators want to destroy Mike Johnson

The House of Representatives elected Mike Johnson as House Speaker last month, and leftists in the media have been trying to find his weakness ever since. 

Johnson, who is a strong conservative, has the Radical Left shaking in fear of a Christian lawmaker in a position of power.

Shortly after he was elected, former press secretary for Joe Biden, Jen Psaki went on a rant where she described Johnson as a “religious fundamentalist.” 

The leftist commentator attacked the new Speaker for being a “Bible believing Christian,” that is promising to “pick up a Bible,” when considering new legislation.

Psaki is concerned that “the Bible doesn’t just inform his worldview…it is his worldview.”

But the attacks from the Democrat media establishment didn’t stop there.

Johnson uses app that keeps his son “accountable” online

Now the corporate press is targeting Mike Johnson for decisions that he is making in his own home. 

Johnson described his use of a software called Covenant Eyes to keep adult-rated content off devices in a speaking event called “War on Technology” in 2022.

According to their website, “Covenant Eyes helps you and the ones you love live porn-free through transformative accountability relationships.” 

The app allows users to choose a friend or family member “to walk with you as your ally and hold you accountable for your online behavior.”

Covenant Eyes tracks activity on mobile devices and shares that activity to people users have chosen to hold them accountable. 

“You’ll celebrate victories together and have honest and caring conversations about your successes, setbacks, and triggers,” the website explains. 

Johnson says that his “accountability partner” is his 17-year-old son Jack. 

“So, he and I get a report about all the things that are on our phones, all of our devices, once a week,” Johnson said when discussing the app on stage. 

The Speaker says that using the app has helped him make sure he and his son have a “clean slate.”

But some leftist media outlets have criticized his use of the app.

Vanity Fair says Mike Johnson is “extremely not good”

Rolling Stone led the charge against Johnson over his comments during the “War on Technology” forum. 

The article entitled, “Mike Johnson Admits He and His Son Monitor Each Other’s Porn Intake in Resurfaced Video,” attacks the Speaker over his use of the app that they described as “creepy.”

Vanity Fair published an article saying, “Mike Johnson has not even been House Speaker for a full two weeks, but we’ve managed to learn a tremendous amount about him—most of which could be charitably described as extremely not good.”

Conservative journalist Daniel Friedman responded to the Rolling Stone’s comments, saying that they are a “dishonest publication.” 

“What he actually said is that he installed accountability software on his son’s devices to keep his son from using porn, and he put the same software on his devices to show his son he wasn’t using porn either,” Friedman added.

Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.