Leaders must speak and act with moral clarity.
Hate speech begets hate crimes. pic.twitter.com/UQIs9QhTwm
— Josh Shapiro (@JoshShapiroPA) October 29, 2018
Who gets to decide what is “hate speech” and what isn’t? What about all the anti-White hate speech on Twitter by blue checkmarks? Does that beget hate crimes too?
“PITTSBURGH – Josh Shapiro, Pennsylvania’s attorney general, told Haaretz on Monday that his office was looking into the operation of the social media platform Gab.com, which was used by the gunman behind Saturday’s massacre at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh.
Gab.com, the website where Robert Bowers posted anti-Semitic views, said on Sunday it was offline for a period of time after being asked by its domain provider to move to another registrar. …”
This is absurd.
Number one Bibi Netanyahu’s Israel is a Jewish ethnostate that puts African refugees in concentration camps. Most Israelis feel the same way about mass immigration, refugees and demographic replacement that Robert Bowers felt about the illegal aliens coming in the caravans from Central America. In Israel, the Zionist equivalents of Robert Bowers are honored as national heroes.
This is going to backfire on the Jews who are pushing for censorship. Virtually no one supports mass shootings. Free speech is popular. Guns are popular. Social media censorship by unaccountable Silicon Valley corporations is unpopular. “Journalists” pushing for censorship are so unpopular that they are openly being called the “Enemy of the People” by the president.
Andrew Torba isn’t anymore responsible for Robert Bowers’ actions, who posted his “I’m going in” statement on Gab like 5 minutes before the shooting, than Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg are responsible for all the mass shooters who have posted their manifestos on Facebook and Twitter. Is YouTube responsible for the “Supreme Gentleman” Elliot Rodger’s “Day of Retribution” and all his other videos? Did these “journalists” advocate deplatforming YouTube?
Note: Gab should be back up by this weekend. Everyone who supports free speech should sign up a Gab account when it comes back online. We’re going to be stronger than ever!
For immediate release: pic.twitter.com/GnYpQWEGAm
— Gab.com? (@getongab) October 30, 2018