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Wash. The company puts Gab, a platform for racists back online

SAMMAMISH, WA – Gab, a Twitter-based social media platform used by Nazis and white supremacists, returns to the Internet with the help of a Sammamish-based domain provider. Gab was kicked off the Internet after one of the users carried out a massacre at a synagogue in Pittsburgh on 27 October.

Robert W. Monster, Managing Director of Domain Provider Epik, said in a statement that "digital censorship" on a site like Gab is wrong.

Gab was created by Andrew Torba as an alternative to Twitter, and attracted many people whose words got them banned from this site. Robert Bowers, who allegedly killed 1[ads1]1 people at the Synagogue of Tree of Life, was a Gab user yesterday.

Just before shooting Bowers wrote on Gab, "Turn on your optics, I'm going in." Bowers's profile also called Jewish people "Satan's children."

In the wake of the massacre, domain pages like GoDaddy refused to host Gab. Gab's reemergence was first reported on Saturday by KUOW.

In his statement, Monster said that tolerance for different views should be a part of society.

"De-platforming a free speech haven is not about left or right. Anyone who remembers studying communities is familiar with the concept of inalienable rights – rights that a worthy government can only protect but does not have moral authority to Take away The idea of ‚Äč‚Äčnatural law and invincible rights return to ancient Greece, if not before. Tolerance for competing views – including those protected by speech and freedom of speech – is not an American concept, although the United States's birthright built a wealthy nation around the concept

From 17:00 on Saturday, Gab was still only a static website with a message about the massacre of Life.

According to state records, Epik is based in Sammamish, the company maintains a PO box in Bellevue and has offices in Seattle. Epik is managed by Monster and Cliff Beer, Finance Director of BrightVolt, a Redmond-based battery company.

Subtitle: The Place of a Masses hesitation at the Synagogue's tree in the Oak Hill Hill area October 27, 2018 in Pittsburgh, Penn.

Picture of Jeff Swensen / Getty Images

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