Gab Under Attack After Choosing ‘Humanity, Freedom, Order, and Jesus’
By Movieguide® Staff
The new social media platform Gab bills itself as a place for conservatives and Christians, but continually faces attacks from every angle.
In an email to subscribers on Friday, Gab CEO Andrew Torba said that the business has been banned from five banks in three weeks because “the media has written bad things about your business.”
Gab was hacked at the end of February, and Torba voiced concern then that the attack was a result of spiritual warfare for standing for conservative values.
Now the company is suffering for catering to a conservative Christian audience, and it won’t be long until other areas of Christian industry are affected.
“The digital and economic secession and segregation is already happening and Gab is proof of that. Gab is the test case for the oligarchs, they will soon start attacking churches and Christian organizations in the same way that Gab has been persecuted for nearly five years now. Perhaps this secession will become geographic next. Time will tell, but personally I’m mentally prepared for it,” Torba writes in the email newsletter.
“We didn’t choose this, the psychopathic oligarchs in the American regime did. We will gladly embrace it and no longer associate with wickedness and their death cult of communism and critical theory. They can keep their drag queen story hours, 87 genders, degeneracy, moral depravity, and endless chaos,” he continues.
“We choose our humanity, freedom, order, and Jesus.
“This is, of course, exactly why those in power are attacking Gab. Tens of millions of Christians are using Gab’s services every month to unite and access an uncensored free flow of information that can’t be found anywhere else on the internet. Many of them are waking up to the wickedness of the oligarch regime and once that happens it’s only a matter of time before their system is toppled,” Torba writes.
Torba’s words come after churches and Christian gatherings faced harsh regulations over the summer due to pandemic restrictions. Some preachers chose to defy their local governments in order to maintain a worship setting for their congregations.
For people who know their history or lived under oppressive regimes in recent memory, the writing is on the wall unless Americans choose to stand up for their freedoms.
Movies like MR. JONES can teach us many valuable lessons for today’s world of Fake News and violent leftist street thugs.
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