The Daily Dot reports:
Andrew Torba, the CEO of the far-right social media website Gab, appears to have disabled the platform’s Twitter account on Tuesday following an antisemitic tirade.
In a series of tweets, Torba shared several antisemitic canards related to Judeo–Bolshevism while promoting the creation of a “parallel Christian society.”
Judeo–Bolshevism is a term that was used by the Nazi Party in Germany during the 1930s that relates to the conspiracy theory that Jews were responsible for Communism. “We’re building a parallel Christian society because we are fed up and done with the Judeo-Bolshevik one,” he wrote.
Read the full article. You can embiggen the compilations below to read some of his tweets in full. Most of them involve the usual “Jews killed Jesus” trope.
Gab CEO deletes Twitter after going on wildly antisemitic screed. https://t.co/WneiIrzIiZ
— The Daily Dot (@dailydot) October 20, 2021
the CEO of Gab has been posting for hours using textbook antisemitic talking points after people pointed out that “Judeo-Bolshevik” is a term popularized by the Nazis pic.twitter.com/ja2whqOiNc
— hannah 👻 pivot to video 👻 gais (@hannahgais) October 20, 2021
“We’re building a parallel Christian society because we are fed up and done with Judeo-Bolshevik one,” tweeted Andrew Torba, CEO of Gab, the social media platform used by Tree of Life Synagogue shooter Robert Bowers to announce his deed. https://t.co/BmZjEtGPbE
— Algemeiner (@Algemeiner) October 20, 2021
— Jaime Kirzner-Roberts (@jaimekr) October 20, 2021
The Twitter account of neo-Nazi site Gab (run by CEO Andrew Torba) went on a blatantly anti-Semitic tear yesterday, then deactivated in what looks like a ban evasion attempt. No need: Twitter tells me that these tweets are totally allowed under its rules pic.twitter.com/vzaw43SBgK
— Tom McKay, the Owner of Ozy (@thetomzone) October 20, 2021
Gab founder Andrew Torba is doing great, not having an antisemitic meltdown at all, thanks for asking. pic.twitter.com/hPAwyBMzE0
— Mike Rothschild (@rothschildmd) October 20, 2021