This is another good article.
I didn’t know this about the Sutherland Springs church shooter:
“We all remember the liberal meltdown that began the day after the 2016 presidential election and the coordinated efforts of major media, the Democratic Party and social media giants to shut down conservative voices under the guise of combating “fake news,” Russian meddling and hate speech.
The pretense of the all-out assault on free speech was that President Trump only won the election because the American people had been tricked by Russians, duped by fake news about the universally popular Hillary Clinton and either intimidated or led astray by hate groups that did not like Hillary because, well, because they are hateful haters who do not deserve free speech. …
Since President Trump’s inauguration last year, the left has gone on a feeding frenzy denying access to the modern public square to anyone perceived as opposing Democrats. Speakers on campus have been attacked and harassed, attendees beaten and intimidated, and public and private property has been destroyed by liberal mobs. Several speaking engagements have had to be canceled because of rioting and attacks by leftists. Many conservatives have been banned from social media platforms; some have even had their personal family pages suspended, as well. Leftists have harassed payment processing companies to cancel service to conservatives, and hosting companies have been bullied into purging conservative websites from their hosting service. …
This in response to the synagogue shooting and the fact the gunman had a Gab account. Never mind the fact the gunman who killed 26 Christians at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, just a few months before had a Facebook account, harassed Christians using that account and actually posted a picture of the gun he used to commit his mass shooting on his Facebook account along with a profane caption. Facebook never faced demands to be shut down or was held responsible for the shooter’s actions, even though his rampage was far deadlier and his conduct on Facebook’s platform far worse than anything the synagogue shooter did on Gab. …”
Everyone sees what is going on here.
When I protested the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ mass shooting in Antioch, TN last October, the same smug blue checkmarks on Twitter spent all day making fun of the idea that the lives of White Christians have any value at all. It was just an occasion to share snarky jokes with their woke friends. None of these people cared about Antioch or Sutherland Springs.
“Friends said on Facebook that in recent years, Mr. Kelley had become vocally anti-Christian, to the point where many stopped communicating with him. His Facebook page, which has been deleted, listed that he liked a number of atheist groups.
“He was always talking about how people who believe in God were stupid and trying to preach his atheism,” one of his Facebook friends, Nina Rosa Nava, posted on the site, saying she unfriended him because of it. …”
Does anyone remember a fake news media frenzy to deplatform Facebook and blame all atheists over Devin Patrick Kelley’s mass shooting of White Christians in Sutherland Springs? How about YouTube over the Elliot Rodger’s Day of Retribution?