CEO Of Far-Right Platform Gab: No Interviews With “Pagan” Reporters, We’ll Only Talk To Christian Media

From the far-right LifeSite News:

Andrew Torba, CEO of alt-tech social media platform Gab, called for a “silent secession” of Christians in a blog post earlier this week, urging conservatives to boycott Big Tech and other leftist companies.“Over the course of the past week Gab has been deplatformed by one of our banks, a business we were working with to source new server hardware, third-party infrastructure analysis software, and even our accountant,” Torba announced.

“It’s about building our own Christian economy,” Torba said. “I am in the process of transitioning every part of my financial expenses to support Christian businesses, Christian media companies, Christian content creators, and Christian people,” he added. “I am done giving my money to The Enemy and funding the destruction of our country and values,” he said, encouraging “everyone else to do the same.”

Mr. Free Speech doesn’t allow replies to his tweets.

6 thoughts on “CEO Of Far-Right Platform Gab: No Interviews With “Pagan” Reporters, We’ll Only Talk To Christian Media

    • Hello Cagjr. So much for Christian outreach right? I think he is clearly showing what is important to some religious people, their echo chamber to raise money in. They do not want to be contradicted or corrected they simply want to make assertions and collect money. Hugs


  • Yeah, it’s very late here, so I was struggling to think of a concise way to say, gee, how much like Jesus this guy doesn’t sound… 🤔🙄

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  • The thing is … there’s a LOT of far-right pagans. Lots of racist pagans. Lots of trumpster pagans. They can cling to the notion of their Christian nation all they want but lots of non-Christians have a VERY conservative, right-wing world-view.

    & conversely, lots of Christians are on the Left side of things. Even Christian socialists!!! Who knew?

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    • Hello Polly. I was surprised recently to find that there are a lot more racist pagans that I figured there would be. I am use to wiccans as the only pagan group I knew much about. Those I know were not racists. Yet when I looked in to some of the Norse god groups I found a lot of racism.

      I know that there are liberal churches but remember how groups use to demand that the good Muslims call out the bad Muslims, well I expect to see the good Christians call out the bad Christians. Personally I think worshiping supernatural deities is rather silly anyway, but as long as it is not used to harm others I don’t care what a person believes or does. Hugs


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