Andrew Torba is a 29 year old Christian entrepreneur from Scranton, Pennsylvania. He is the founder and CEO of Gab.com.
I have already written extensively about social media “influencers” and why these people don’t support or join Gab despite years of incessant whining about Big Tech censorship–on Big Tech platforms.
For those of you who don’t know, Gab has been banned by dozens of payment processors over the past two years. We can’t use PayPal, Stripe, Square, or any of the top ways to exchange money on the internet.
Today we will be examining how Margi Murphy from The Telegraph operates. For a “journalist” Margi sure does need some basic grammar lessons, so we will see if we can help her out by correcting her work and then addressing her “questions.”
VICE decided to put out a hit piece on Gab today and like good “journalists” they didn’t even bother reaching out to us for comment.
“Reporting in live on this week’s episode of Color Revolution, from the Communist-controlled People’s Banana Republic of Pennsylvania it’s resident dissident wrong thinker, Andrew Torba!”
The following is my email exchange with the Jeff Bezos Amazon Washington Post in full:
Today Gab is happy to introduce our new CTO, Fosco Marotto.
“Freedom cannot be exported to a nation that has no marketplace for the Gospel.“ -David Chilton
Freedom is rooted in the Christian worldview. There’s no denying this fact. As Christians our faith in Christ frees us from the chains of slavery to sin in a wicked, corrupt, and fallen world.
Yesterday the New York Times reached out to me for a comment on Gab’s recent growth. I’ve never had any luck with getting the New York Times to describe Gab accurately or fairly over the years, so I opted to use my new standard reply for all dishonest and corrupt media publications: “Jesus is King, speak freely on Gab.com.”