Gays Against Groomers are “a coalition of gays against the sexualization, indoctrination, and medicalization of children,” as they describe themselves in their Twitter profile. Now, one would think that most Americans would be supportive of fighting against the sexualization and indoctrination of children.
But fighting against such things now appears to be against the liberal narrative.
The group announced that they had been banned from Venmo and Paypal because they supposedly violated their user agreements. This can largely cut them off from the ability to financially operate.
Jaimee Mitchell, the founder of the group, appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show and said that it wasn’t explained to them how they supposedly violated the agreement, but they were told they were discriminating. How is wanting to protect children “discriminating”?
But Mitchell said that they were not scared and this wasn’t going to stop their work.
That wasn’t all — the group also got banned by Google. So this was not just about cutting them off financially, but cutting off their ability to reach out to people and communicate.
So are Google, PayPal, and Venmo saying they are in favor of the sexualization of kids? How crazy is this going to get?
But this isn’t just about this group as we’ve seen in the past. This is about shutting down groups or people who don’t speak in accordance with the Democratic/Big Tech narrative that is being dictated. It’s about controlling behavior and speech to cut off views that deviate from the narrative. We’re getting into dangerous territory where they will cut you off like this from being able to operate if you do not fall in line with whatever the regime dictates.
This isn’t the first time this has happened, we’ve already reported on the effort of Big Tech to control speech, with the White House even colluding with the social media companies and discussing people and things they want to be taken down. We even saw the FBI reaching out to Facebook — as Mark Zuckerberg admitted — trying to flag “Russian disinformation” which ultimately ended up getting the Hunter Biden story stomped on. We wrote last week about how finance companies were going to start tracking your gun purchases and potentially flagging them, effectively acting like a de facto gun registry.
As my colleague, Mike Miller, wrote:
And conservative multimedia journalist Logan Hall correctly asserted that “open collusion between Democrats and credit card companies” is responsible in part for “restricting gun rights,” and therefore the Democrats have “no reason to pass laws if financial institutions carry out your agenda for you.”
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) made a great observation.
But because all those things fit within the narrative, none of them would prompt any such reaction.
It isn’t just about standing up for Gays against Groomers’ right to speak; it’s about standing up for all of our rights to speak and to operate — before they are taken away.