Both Facebook and Twitter are censoring this NYPost article to help the Biden campaign. Facebook’s Comms person openly admitted that they were throttling the distribution of the article. Twitter is outright preventing anyone from sharing it.
Early last week a “journalist” from the Washington Post, a propaganda arm of billionaire Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, reached out to me for comment on the Russian Hoax 2.0 narrative that is currently being seeded by the mainstream media. Somehow I had missed this email earlier in the week, but I decided to reply to it this morning anyway to see if I could goad him into writing about us.
Today Facebook announced that it would be banning all “QAnon accounts” across all of its platforms. This includes banning individual accounts as well as QAnon groups across both Facebook itself and Instagram. Facebook also announced that it has an internal “Dangerous Organizations Operations” team that will be monitoring for and banning these accounts.
There are two emerging narratives that are being seeded by the mainstream media as weapons for censoring post-election information online. I know this first-hand because I’m getting inbound media requests daily asking how Gab plans to “handle the election.”
Earlier this week Jack Stubbs, a “journalist” from Reuters, reached out to Gab’s support team requesting a comment on a “right-wing media organization” that was being used by “foreign actors” in an attempt to “spread covert political messaging in the United States.”
Join Gab CEO Andrew Torba as he discusses how Twitter’s former CEO went mask off and how the Biden campaign worked with the media and Big Tech to smear the Proud Boys as a distraction from Antifa and BLM violence. Andrew also discusses Gab’s new servers and resiliency.
Today is a tremendous milestone for the Gab community. After over a year of work Gab is finally migrated to our own in-house servers. If you talk to anyone in the technology industry they will tell you that this is no easy task. Most technology startups have the luxury of using third-party cloud hosting providers like Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and others.