Swearing and Taking the Lord’s Title in Useless Banned on Mike Lindell’s New ‘Judeo-Christian’ Free Speech Platform

Religious rights activist and MyPillow founder Mike Lindell was upset about the banning of various social media platforms for ceaselessly spreading conspiracy theories and disinformation about the 2020 presidential election. He decided to create his own social media platform, which he promised as a bastion of free speech.

With his new Frank Speech platform slated to launch April 19, Lindell appeared on Eric Metaxas’ radio program on Monday to promote it.

During the discussion, Lindell revealed that speech on his new platform will not be quite as free as imagined, and announced that users cannot swear or use the Lord’s Name in vain because Frank Speech is “a Jewish Christian “will be a platform” is based on biblical principles.

“People asked me, ‘You’re going to let it all go? Porn? Curse? Everything?’ And I said, “Absolutely not,” said Lindell. “We found something in the Constitution and in our Founding Fathers that defines what freedom of speech is. And Eric, take this, this Judeo-Christian platform that we are going to have here, they are based on biblical principles – you know you come to the Supreme Court, you have the 10 commandments there – so in other words, you ‘We will have no porn up there, you will not have websites that contain material that is against our constitution, what our founding fathers put in there. “

“You won’t be able to swear,” added Lindell. “There are sure to be four words that you cannot say: you cannot say the C word, the N word, the F word, and you cannot use God’s name for nothing. What a concept. Law?”

“Wow,” replied Metaxas. “This is really puritanical. I like this.”

Lindell insisted that users should also not violate the Ninth Amendment by giving false testimony against others on his platform.

“What I’m not going to do is stifle real freedom of speech,” he said. “When someone goes out there and says, ‘I don’t like what is happening at the border’ or ‘I don’t like that our country has been attacked and no one is trying to know that you did something about it or are doing something about it,’ that is freedom of speech. Another thing you can’t do [is] What we define there is to defame someone completely. What is the ninth commandment? I can’t even think now, but in the ninth commandment you give false testimony, I believe it is. So, if you completely lie to Eric; If I say, “Eric Metaxas did something terrible,” and it is an outright lie, it is not free speech. This is not free speech. “

This article was originally published by Right Wing Watch and is republished here with permission.

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