Gab just censored a President of the United States

Gab.com censored this meme, which the Catholic Party for America (@CatholicParty_1776) wanted to post.

Here is the lame reason Gab gave:

Finally, Gab.com sent the Catholic Party a nice passive aggressive hint, in the Green Button. Pressing it caused the user to be logged out. “Return Home” for Gab means, get the hell out and go back home.

Gab.com has shown themselves most eloquently to be a Deep State op. Don’t have anything to do with them. No wonder they just gave Dr. Taylor Marshall — “Bergoglio is the pope because munus = ministerium, because I say it is so!”, even though I cannot reven read Latin — a checked account!

By the way, the Catholic Party for America was founded by Andrew J. Baalman, a descendant/relative of 3 American Presidents: George Washington, John Adams, John Quincy Adams.

 

 

7 thoughts on “Gab just censored a President of the United States”

  1. Br. Alexis It would be helpful to many to give a short commentary on the position of Adams and what he proposed instead of the Federal Constitution.

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  2. It didn’t take long for the nobles/no titles to crack down. Shay’s Rebellion 1786-87 and The Whiskey Rebellion 1791-94, that were mainly about by unfair taxation and repressive economic regulations, were crushed by Federal troops. The elite were basically saying, “Now listen here, don’t take all this talk of liberty and freedom too seriously. Behave, and do what you are told.”

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