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Jake Paul Tweets Out ‘Final Message’ From Andrew Tate, Says ‘I Roll With Freedom of Speech’

Tate was collaboratively deplatformed by Big Tech this week for expressing socially unfashionable opinions on gender dynamics.

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YouTube boxing personality Jake Paul tweeted out a message in support of “freedom of speech” following the deplatforming of 4-time kickboxing world champion from social media this week.

Controversial kickboxer and cultural commentator Andrew Tate, who angered corporate journalists with his views on gender dynamics – and been accused of running a multi-level marketing scheme by other critics – was purged from Facebook, TikTok, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube in an unprecedented collaborative ban between tech monopolies.

“I don’t roll with Andrew Tate,” Paul tweeted on Tuesday. “May KO his ass out in the ring one day soon. But I roll with freedom of speech. Andrew Tate speaks on the ban:”

Paul attached a link to a “final message” from Tate on a website apparently owned by the former kickboxer.

“I’m very, very happy that my life has been difficult because it is difficult to become a man of my capabilities without the struggles, without facing adversities and without overcoming often insurmountable odds,” Tate stated in the video. “Even from a very, very young age, I was taught that going to the authorities and crying and hoping someone else is going to fix your problems is not the way a man conducts himself.”

“This leads me on to the reason I believe these narratives have gained such a foothold in popular consciousness,” Tate continued. “Due to the fact I’ve been able to develop an iron mind, because I am probably the only individual who can be vilified to this level without taking personal insult and without being emotionally affected. I’ve allowed certain narratives to gain traction when I shouldn’t have done.”

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Lumared kickboxing in 2014 (Lumared / CC BY 4.0)

Tate noted, “I am fully aware that not everyone is going to believe what I say, there is always going to be someone who disagrees,” adding, “I have no problem with people disagreeing with me and I have no problem in being seen as controversial for some of the things I’ve said.”

The so-called “Top G” had predicted that he would be unpersoned by Big Tech in a manner similar to other anti-establishment figures like Alex Jones and President Donald Trump, describing the politically correct corporate media landscape as “the Matrix” in reference to the popular science fiction film.

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A shy gamer who built multiple social media pages totaling hundreds of thousands of followers since 2016, and was one of the first viral content creators to be deplatformed by Big Tech.



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    Jack Frost

    August 23, 2022 at 8:51 pm

    Tate needs to move to Gab, Truth Sicial, Rumble, other none liberal havens.

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    Ted Weiland

    August 24, 2022 at 8:47 am

    Freedom of Speech is not all it’s cut out to be.

    Without the parameters of the Bible’s moral law, the First Amendment has proven to be a toxic brew. For example, Amendment 1 condemns the prohibition of speech, whether spoken or written. Does the Bible provide for free speech or does it limit speech? What about freedom of speech and freedom of the press as it concerns Yahweh Himself? Does God grant us freedom to curse Him or blaspheme His name?

    On the other hand, freedom of speech and freedom of the press is used to provide protection for those who promote false religions, in utero infanticide, sodomy, drug abuse, violence, obscenities, and other abominations condemned by Yahweh.

    The provision in Amendment 1 for United States citizens to assemble peaceably appears innocuous. But is it harmless to give sodomites, infanticide advocates, and Satanists the right to assemble peaceably? If you are a proponent of the Constitution and a defender of Amendment 1, you must also champion the rights of such criminals and anti-Christians to assemble and promote their wicked agendas.

    Homosexuals and infant assassins claim freedom of speech and the right to assemble to combat Christians who speak out or assemble against these heinous people and their brazen debauchery. By labeling what Christians do as hate crimes, these immoral people are able to employ Amendment 1 against Christians speaking and/or assembling against these atrocities.

    According to the Bill of Rights, it is the alleged religious right of these sodomites, baby killers, and Satanists to use Amendment 1 against Christians.

    For more, see Chapter 11 “Amendment 1: Government-Sanctioned Polytheism” of free online book “Bible Law vs. the United States Constitution: The Christian Perspective” at Bible versus Constitution dot org. Click on the top entry on our Online Book page and scroll down to Chapter 11.

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