The Jewish Insider reports:
In late July, Masters earned a nod of approval from Andrew Torba, the chief executive of Gab, a far-right Twitter alternative that is widely viewed as a hotbed of white nationalist sentiment. While Masters rejected the endorsement a few days later and insisted he had “never heard of” Torba, the incendiary social media entrepreneur has since countered that Masters’ claim is a “flat-out lie.”
“Blake Masters knows exactly who I am,” Torba wrote in an Aug. 4 Gab post, which has since been removed from the site. “We had a long conversation on Twitter Spaces live a few months ago. Mega cringe cucking here, but whatever, I still want him to win for the great people of Arizona and for the right to control the Senate.”
The Gab executive, who identifies as a Christian nationalist, has frequently expressed anti-Jewish views. He recently argued, for instance, that Jews are not welcome in the conservative movement unless “they repent and accept Jesus Christ as their lord and savior.”
Read the full article.
As you’ll see, the outlet has obtained a three-minute recording of Masters and Torba discussing topics such as Gab being banned from the Apple app store.
A spokesperson for Master has responded to above-linked report by accusing the Jewish Insider of “amplifying White Nationalists and giving them a voice.”
I believe that’s known as chutzpah.
“Blake Masters knows exactly who I am.”
“We had a long conversation on Twitter Spaces live a few months ago. Mega cringe cucking here, but whatever, I still want him to win for the great people of Arizona and for the right to control the Senate.”https://t.co/5gWtkcNdeh
— bryan metzger (@metzgov) August 10, 2022