AP Explains: Gab, where Pittsburgh shooting suspect ranted
NEW YORK — A social media service believed to be used by the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting suspect to post hateful rants advertises itself as a haven for free speech.
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I think Gab is over-rated. I am not saying that to smear Gab. I say that because the Gab site will not allow me to sign up; and I hope Andrew Torba sees this. I have been trying, since Parler went dark. I have tried using three different web browsers. Nothing works. I click to sign up; and nothing happens. I am able to access all kinds of other websites. So it appears that Andrew Torba is full of hot air. His website only works for select people; so how is that free speech for all?