I needed to get a good dose of the truth today, and Pastor Gibson did not disappoint.
These leftists are coming for our freedom of speech……..
The ONE right that is the foundation for all the others.
Are we going to just let them take it from us?
Over my dead body.
Check it out:
NTD News had more on the story:
Religious freedom advocate Pastor Brian Gibson warned that the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution is in danger, and once the First Amendment collapses, the U.S. Constitution will fall like Dominos.
“Whenever you watch the church being shut down, you watch the freedom of speech being taken away, you watch the censorship, you watch the ability to assemble together being threatened in the name of COVID. The Constitution has no COVID clause. And so the first thing that’s listed there in the Constitution is the freedom of religion. And if it falls, and the First [Amendment] falls, the rest of the Constitution falls like a domino,” Gibson told NTD’s “Focus Talk.”
Last year, Gibson’s church in Owensboro, Kentucky, was ordered to shut down. The Health Department told the pastor that if he ran a drive-thru Easter egg giveaway, they would close his church.
Newsmax had more on the left-wing assault on our freedom of speech:
CNN is making no mistake about it: It wants to censor and close Newsmax from broadcasting as a cable news channel.
Apparently jolted by the fact Newsmax has skyrocketed to become the 4th highest-rated cable news channel in the country, the liberal CNN is decrying what it calls Newsmax's "election denialism" and is seeking to have it "deplatformed" from cable and satellite systems across the nation.
Oliver Darcy, CNN's leftwing media critic, has been demanding cable operators drop Newsmax, which is currently carried by every major system in the nation. Newsmax is also streamed free by most OTT platforms and devices.
In a CNN column in early January, Darcy falsely claimed conservative media caused the protests at the Capitol on Jan. 6.
"After all, it was the very lies that Fox, Newsmax, and OAN spread that helped prime President Trump's supporters into not believing the truth: That he lost an honest and fair election," Darcy wrote.