Earlier this year, I closed down my Twitter account. The year before, I evacuated Facebook.
I didn’t do this preemptively, expecting to have my account shut down. I did it because I no longer wanted to have anything to do with corporate-government social media.
I signed up at Gab.
A few minutes ago, Gab posted on Twitter that PayPal has shut down its account.
PayPal did this a couple hours after a psychopath killed people at a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburg. The psychopath had a Gab account. This was excuse enough to deny Gab a payment service.
I expect this to happen eventually to all social media platforms and websites that refuse to shut down political discussion not approved by the corporate state.