Tuesday, March 27, 2018

I'm Deleting Facebook

For reasons I will outline below, I have decided to close and delete my Facebook account at the end of this month. My website, www.TimGamble.com, will continue as normal, with new articles at least once or twice a week.  Please stay in touch with me in the following ways:

Bookmark and visit my website, www.TimGamble.com, often. You can also sign up for email updates (box is in the middle of the left-side column of the website).

Follow me on GAB at https://gab.ai/TimGamble. GAB is The Free Speech social media site, and respects the privacy of its users.

Follow me on Twitter at  https://twitter.com/TimGamble (Main account  - now mostly prepper and survival related tweets, and updates from my website). I will be "playing it safe" with this account so as to not get it banned.

Follow me on Twitter at https://twitter.com/UnchainedT (My "Activist" account - lots of politics and news, in addition to prepping posts). I will be unchained on this account, and it Twitter deletes it, so be it.  

Most social media companies, including Facebook, have become openly hostile towards conservatives, traditional Christians, Trump supporters, and anyone else who doesn't kowtow to liberal ideology and political correctness. Facebook, perhaps the worst offender, is also severely violating the privacy rights of  of its users. And, in all candor, I have found Facebook to be the most difficult social media site to use effectively - definitely not a user-friendly interface.

Recent news stories, as well as my own negative experiences, have forced me to rethink how I am using social media. Deleting Facebook is part of the changes I am making. Thank you to all my Facebook friends, and I hope you will continue to follow me via some of the ways listed above.







1 comments:

  1. I deleted my several years ago. I did a search to find out how. It takes two weeks to delete it, not just shut it down. There is a difference. I can't remember now where I found it, FB won't show you how :/

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