I left Gab about two weeks ago.
I quit posting there because it was clear that moving forward it was going to be a waste of my time. The only reason anyone would post on Gab is because of free speech. Without the guarantee of free speech, Gab is just a shittier version of Twitter with a vastly smaller audience:
From my limited involvement as an outside ombudsman, I have no basis for evaluating your accusations. Though you might wonder, I pick my battles. Your cause is not mine. #FindAnotherDonkey
— robmonster (@robmonster) November 16, 2018
Unfortunately Ajay was a no-show for our scheduled call today. It seems he had a change of heart once he realized I am an ombudsman for @getongab. I get it. Values are hard. I took the liberty of marking up your company values board. Suggest you pull this Tweet. It is #nonsense. pic.twitter.com/TRU9UdCGu5
— robmonster (@robmonster) November 15, 2018
So @getongab’s domain registrar @robmonster messaged me to let me know that he’s keeping an eye on one of their star users… plus yanno pass on his contact info? This seems a little bit beyond the usual interest a domain registrar takes in a service. What’s up Torba? pic.twitter.com/AQZ9Wk75nW
— Molly Shah (@MollyOShah) November 19, 2018
This is Gab now.
Every single day “journalists” and Antifa are on Twitter pressuring Rob Monster who is now an “ombudsman” for Gab to censor this or that post. The site is swiftly becoming just a place for Boomers to post shitty memes and Monster to post Bible verses.
UPDATE: I wrote this yesterday, but chose not to post it after seeing Cantwell’s posts on Gab. I’m posting this now because 1.) Gab is announcing who is being censored … on Twitter and 2.) Brett Stevens wrote an article about the censorship on Gab this morning.
— Gab.com? (@getongab) November 20, 2018