Censored ‘Former Homosexual’ Pastor to Petition Supreme Court With Section 230 Challenge

Stories of Big Tech censorship are everywhere these days. For a country based on free speech and the ideal that everyone is entitled to their opinion, it seems some opinions and life experiences aren’t wanted. That’s what Pastor Jim Domen says he’s been up against. His organization Church United was kicked off the Vimeo video platform for posting videos about Pastor Jim’s life story and others like him who decided to leave a same-sex lifestyle to pursue their Christian faith. 

Pastor Jim is suing Vimeo for discrimination. Domen vs. Vimeo was just shut down by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, but the team is hoping to take this Section 230 challenge to the Supreme Court. 

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act allows social media platforms to remove content they find objectionable and not be held liable.  

We’re joined by Pastor Jim and his lead attorney Robert Tyler, president of Advocates for Faith & Freedom

Watch the full episode on Epoch TV.

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