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Gab is a social networking service with a strict free speech approach for which it is criticized in corporate media.

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Started: August 15, 2016
Founders: Andrew Torba, Ekrem Büyükkaya

Constitutes: social medium,  Alt Tech

Gab is a social networking service with a strict free speech approach for which it is criticized in corporate media.


Gab launched publicly in May 2017 as a microblogging platform similar to Twitter. In February 2019, Gab launched Dissenter, a browser extension and website that allows Gab users to make comments on content hosted on any website via an overlay visible only to those logged into Dissenter or using the extension. This allows commentary that bypasses individual site moderation practices.

A tweet that was apparently removed by Twitter

Following the 2021 storming of the Capitol in Washington and a concentrated attack on a similar platform, Parler, Gab posted that it had a massive influx of job applications from Silicon Valley.[1][2] With being the only alternative to Twitter in January 2021 after the purges[3] and take-down of Parler, Gab has a solid influx of users.[4]

Gab on Wikispooks

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'Somebitchtoldme' based researcher
'reallygraceful' Youtuber with an interest in secret societies and mystery religions.
Greg Coppola employee for 5 years before exposing their political bias in 2019.
Daily Expose"Misinformation" website based in Great Britain.
Geopolitics & Empire censored by Western corporate/governments for Covid-19 coverage and other deep state subjects.
Steve Kirsch serial entrepreneur and from 2020, a COVID-19/Dissident.
Christopher Langan horse rancher and autodidact who's IQ is estimated to be beyond 200.
Robert Malone researcher into mRNA vaccine technology, close connections to DARPA, memory-holed from the Internet after expressing safety concerns and ethical opposition to mandation of the COVID-19 Vaccines.
Jack Maxey wanted to release content of the Hunter Biden Laptop, but did not proceed since he did not get cover from local law enforcement.
Steve Outtrim who had success in the early days of the web
Brittany Venti American internet celebrity, who has been deeply affected by censorship on social media.
Michael Yon YonFormer US soldier turned journalist
Maria Zeee

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