Let Us Pray

“These are the things which you should do: speak the truth to one another; judge with truth and judgment for peace in your gates.” – Zechariah 8:16

Allie Beth Stuckey is a young leading female conservative commentator in the United States who is also the host of the popular podcast “Relatable.” Recently, Twitter suspended Stuckey from her Twitter account, where the social media organization placed her in what is called, “Twitter jail.”

Why was Stuckey censored by the social media giant and placed in Twitter jail you might ask? Simply because she dared to “pull no punches” and speak the truth. The far left politically correct platform suspended Stuckey because she simply stated a biological fact and reality.

On Stuckey’s Twitter account she addressed the recent Olympic debacle where Laurel Hubbard who is a biological man from New Zealand competed in the female weight lifting competition. Stuckey commented on the poor performance by Hubbard and wrote, “Laura Hubbard failing at the event doesn’t make his inclusion fair. He’s still a man, and men shouldn’t compete against women in weightlifting.”

According to Twitter, Stuckey’s comment was considered to be “hateful conduct.” Twitter is promoting a dangerous philosophy here, speaking objective truth should never be considered “hateful”, but at the very least should be considered as necessary. With actions like these Twitter needs to understand it is undermining one of our basic rights as Americans, freedom of speech.

Father, thank You for the courage Allie Beth Stuckey has displayed in this difficult situation and we pray that You will continue to strengthen her. Lord, empower us as Your people to continue to speak the truth even when it is hard. Father, please protect our precious right to speak freely. Help us, Lord, to do all we can to defend freedom of speech here in Kentucky and throughout America. Lord, may we be found faithful in speaking up and representing Your truth to our world. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

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