Source: Shane Trejo

Texas Governor Greg Abbott repeated an anti-Christian libel against the social media provider Gab on Wednesday, abusing his position of power to declare war on the 1st Amendment.

“Anti-Semitic platforms like Gab have no place in Texas and certainly do not represent Texas values,” Abbott said.

“What does represent Texas values is legislation like this by Representative King and Representative Goldman that fights antisemitism in Texas,” he added.

Gab is not an “anti-Semitic” platform. Many of the platform’s users are Jewish. The free speech social media network permits users to post lawfully protected speech, in contrast to the notoriously censorious Big Tech monopolies.

Abbott’s statement can be seen here:

Abbott is likely basing his judgment of Gab based on propaganda produced by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a far-left special interest group that hides behind Judaism to cloak their subversive anti-Bill of Rights agenda.

Big League Politics has reported on Gab’s defiant refusal to back down in the face of the ADL calling for the criminalization of their free speech:

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is calling on the Department of Justice to consider charges against the social media provider Gab and their founder Andrew Torba for allowing free speech on the platform.

ADL president Johnathan Greenblatt is claiming that Gab is responsible for the U.S. Capitol siege because it encouraged peaceful protesters to broadcast footage on the social media platform.