Andrew Torba, CEO of Gab, said America’s problems can be solved if populists start getting involved in local politics.

“We need to look at these things at a local level,” Torba said. “How is it that drag queen story hour to infiltrate our libraries? We allowed our city councils, our mayorships our school boards to be overtaken by leftists.”

Torba said he built Gab as a “pro-family” “pro-God” platform to be able to mobilize populists to take back their agency. Torba recently released a pro-America, “Christ-centered” platform for average Americans to use in local races.

“How did these things get into our local communities?” Torba asked, after the head of “Drag queen story hour” was arrested on child porn charges. “Because we allowed it to happen.”

“We are so distracted as a people with what is going on in Washington, D.C.,” he said.

“We don’t need permission of Washington, D.C. to govern and to manage and to recapture control of our local communities,” Torba said.

“We need to first recapture our own back yards,” he explained. “Then we can focus on scaling it up to D.C. so that we can take back this country.”

“This movement needs to be localized,” Torba said.


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