Gab, a.k.a. gab.ai, is a social network that was started in August 2016 in San Mateo, California, by Donald Trump supporter Andrew Torba. The idea of Gab was born in a Philz coffee shop in San Mateo in May/June 2016.
This tweet is a great opportunity to talk about subjects not giving reporters what they want. They need you for their story. You do not need them. You can get your story out in other ways. The truth always surfaces through the web of lies spun by people like Charlie. https://t.co/hsq8CIRrP9— Gab.com🍂 (@getongab) October 29, 2018
You have our statement. Deal with it. We aren't giving one second of our time to anyone from @CNN while @jaketapper sits here and bashes us without tweeting our statement on the story and we get reports of @brianstelter blaming us on air.— Gab.com🍂 (@getongab) October 27, 2018
CNN IS FAKE NEWS! https://t.co/nmp46VQZKz
If you remove Facebook from your life you’ll remove 90% of your stress and anxiety. Few understand this.— Gab.com (@getongab) January 1, 2019
If you don’t homeschool your kids are you subjecting them to child abuse? Serious question.— Gab.com🕊 (@getongab) November 24, 2018
[Someone replied to the last tweet and Gab replied to that reply, later deleting its reply:]
Imagine sending your kids to school and having this thing tell story time. Homeschool your kids! pic.twitter.com/GIWisDUU2K— Gab.com🕊 (@getongab) November 23, 2018
“Pizza gate” guy shilled his book in like 50 total posts on Gab and hasn’t been on in over a year.— Gab.com🍂 (@getongab) October 29, 2018
>Pretends to know anything about our community. pic.twitter.com/kfbzmCxr6S
Gab will gladly take the attacks from the media.— Gab.com🍂 (@getongab) October 29, 2018
Because of us law enforcement have a clear motive and evidence.
Because of us the world knows that Mr. Bowers did not support Donald Trump at all.
The question is: which of these is the reason the media is attacking Gab?
[In the two following tweets, Gab is quoting "The New York Times":]
Watch what you say in Twitter DMs. pic.twitter.com/dwvUH2UZ9A— Gab.com🍂 (@getongab) October 20, 2018
Quotes about Gab
Larry Sanger, co-founder of Wikipedia
- But I’m not giving up on Gab.ai, not yet. Maybe it’ll change, or my experience will get better. A lot of people there assured me that it would. I love that it’s as committed to free speech as it is, and I wouldn’t want to censor all those racists and Nazis just as I wouldn’t want to censor Antifa and Communists. Keep America weird, I say!