Calvary Chapel Chino Hills Pastor Jack Hibbs, took to Twitter to post an urgent message to his congregants and followers. In his video he starts, "It has happened...they don't want Bible and they don't want truth so they nailed us."
Feb. 23rd Hibbs and his team found out YouTube had completely wiped his channel off their platform. The reason why? They were told copyright infringement violations. Hibbs says officials at YouTube can't show or tell them what those infringements are, but claims A&E and Telemundo claim sermons that have aired on their network belong to them and requested his account be taken down.
"A&E, they had something against us. They raised the flag to YouTube and then they shut us down. It makes no sense whatsoever," he says.
Once they found out their channel had been wiped, Hibbs made a request to YouTube to discover the problem. YouTube refused to take on their request. "They are stonewalling us," Hibbs says.
All of his sermons, teachings, videos were taken down and can no longer be accessed. Hibbs is declaring an "information war" as he is certainly not the first, and most likely not the last conservative to be removed from Big Tech's platforms.
"We are honored to be attacked, we must be speaking so much truth they can't handle," he says.
In a couple of months Hibbs is launching The Real Life Network which won't be at the fingertips of anyone trying to censor their content.
To stay up-to-date with his sermons you can go to https://jackhibbs.com/real-life-tv/.
Pray for conservative Christians voices. Ask God for creative and unique ways for people to continue to share the gospel without the possibility of being censored.
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Shelby Bowen is an assistant editor for Charisma Media.
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