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3 banks ban free speech social media site, Gab


Over the past three weeks, the popular free-speech social media platform, Gab, has been banned by three different banks. With the banning of conservative voices on Big Tech, free-speech social media platforms such as Gab have flourished much to the annoyance of Big Tech and the mainstream media.

National File explains:

Free speech social media platform Gab has been banned from three different banks in three weeks, following repeated smears from the mainstream media.

Speaking exclusively to National File, Andrew Torba, the CEO of Gab, said that the New Tech platform was banned from three different banks in the last three weeks alone for political reasons. One of the banks told Torba on Monday morning that they could no longer do business with the site because of “all the bad things the press has written about Gab.”

Following the removal of President Trump from most Big Tech platforms in the last few weeks of his presidency, New Tech social media sites like Gab skyrocketed in traffic, as millions of users flocked away from the censorship of Facebook, Twitter, and others. Gab received 272 million visits in January

READ: Gab BANNED from Three Banks in Three Weeks Due to Media Smears

This has a similar ring to Big Tech’s attack on another popular free speech social media platform, Parler. Over a course of a few days, in what many believe was an orchestrated attack, Apple and Google banned Parler from their app stores and Amazon said it would no longer host Parler’s website. READ: Apple Yanks Parler From App Store Despite Trending At No. 1

Big Tech justified their attack on Parler by stating it was behind the riots on the US Capitol on Jan 6, 2021. However, a study of those arrested during the riot revealed that rioters used Facebook, more than all other social media platforms combined, to coordinate their attacks. READ: Coordinated Deplatforming Of Parler Under Question As Arrest Numbers Highlight Facebook’s Role In Capitol Hill Riot

Big Tech’s attempt to destroy the social media platform has failed, Parler is back online.

RELATED: Woman Fired for Using Parler and Gab Condemns Political Discrimination in ‘Feverish’ Political Climate

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