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CHAD PRATHER SUES FACEBOOK
Libertarians and neocons often argue against regulating social media corporations like Facebook, Twitter, etc by saying they’re private companies and that the “free market” will eventually conjure a new company that will be favorable to free-speech loving Americans.
Anyone with a triple digit IQ, or not bought and owned by these monopolies, knows this is not true. It’s impossible for any pro-free-speech competitor to Facebook or Twitter to get off the ground due to all of the obstacles caused by “the free market.”
Gab is an example of this. Gab is a pro-free speech Twitter alternative that, while very good, has struggled getting the success it deserves in our “free market.” Let’s see why:
Cloud hosting companies refused to host Gab’s servers after it was discovered a school shooter had a Gab account. This is despite terrorists often using Twitter or Facebook to post their threats or final messages.
The Vice-Chair of the Republican Party of Texas, Cat Parks, called for the deactivation of the TX GOP Gab account saying it hosted “hate speech” and anti-semitic posts from Gab users. This is despite Twitter being overwhelmed with both hate speech, anti-semitic, and anti-Christian posts as well. Parks, of course, never said anything condemning Twitter or Facebook nor did she demand the removal of the TX GOP accounts from those platforms.
The Republican Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, even spoke out against Gab and pushed some hoax censorship bill.
So if you’re Gab, the new free-speech alternative to Twitter, not only do you have to deal with the normal struggles of an up and coming business, but you also have to fight credit card processors, domain registrars, and phone software companies. Oh, and you also have to deal with the Texas Republican Party who claims they love free speech.
It’s all just very tiresome.
So until the GOP stops promoting and supporting anti-free speech fraudsters like Parks and Abbott, we’re all stuck with Facebook and Twitter (Truth Social’s commitment to free speech has yet to be seen) who actively censor and ban conservatives freely.
Such is the case with Chad Prather.
Chad is running a very strong, very popular campaign for Texas Governor. Chad is obviously a fantastic choice for anyone looking for a governor with actual testosterone and grit to handle issues like big-tech censorship, the foreign invasion at our border, and election integrity.
Big tech obviously fears men like Prather, so much so they’ve decided to suspend his Facebook account.
Only 8 days before Election Day, Chad Prather had his Facebook account suspended. Facebook’s official reason for the ban is that he violated “community standards” by telling a woman trolling his FB account to spare him her “victimhood.”
We all know the real crime committed here was that Prather is guilty of being too based and too red-pilled.
The timing on this is obviously horrible. It’s impossible to run an effective campaign without using social media and Prather having no ability to reach his Facebook audience during a very critical election hurts.
Supreme gentleman and another great choice for Texas Governor, Don Huffines, offered Prather the use of his social media platform for any messaging.
Chad decided to sue Facebook and enlisted the help of one of Texas’ most patriotic lawyers, Paul Davis.
Paul Davis is well known for providing legal help to Texans applying for exemptions for vaccines, masking, and testing. Some say Anthony Fauci has a dart board with Davis’ face on it.
With the help of Paul Davis, Chad Prather filed suit against the failing social media platform Meta, formerly known as Facebook.
You can view the rest of the documents here at Paul Davis’ Facebook page.
We look forward to the outcome of this suit. It’s unfortunate that our leaders have done nothing to prevent this from happening but it should come as no shock as the GOP is complicit with financing the censorship of their own voters.
Give em’ hell guys.
Paul Davis has an Instagram page where he posts great info. You can follow it here.