Anti-Catholicism is the last acceptable prejudice, I guess.
The group “Ruth Sent Us” was banned by Tik Tok last week after the group rallied outside Supreme Court Justices homes, coordinated protesters to disrupt Catholic Masses on Mother’s Day, and threatened to desecrate the Eucharist.
So they were banned. Not just suspended. Permanently banned because they were using the site for illegal activity.
The “permanent” ban lasted a few days.
“GREAT NEWS: our TikTok @ruthsent which was ‘permanently banned’ due to mass reporting is back up due to mass appeals! There’s more of us than them. Take that, haters!” the group tweeted.
I guess Tik Tok figured that they were only attacking Catholics and conservative justices so it’s ok.
This is some stuff they posted. Give you a sense of how odious they are.
Our bold protest at St. Mary’s has gone viral on TikTok. Over 100,000 views, numerous activists inspired, and Catholics upset about our “disrespect” at interrupting mass. GOOD. Join us on March 8, International Women’s Day. @riseup4abortion @StrikeForChoice #IWD2022 #Aborto pic.twitter.com/MKpSyKOWM8— Ruth Sent Us 🪧 (@RuthSentUs) March 7, 2022
The ironic thing is that Ruth Vader Ginsburg had said that Roe was bad law. But these people don’t care about facts. They know who to hate and who to attack and they know that as long as they attack Catholics and conservatives everything will be alright.
This is the country we live in right now. The blood of martyrs will be spilled in this country. Be ready to stand for your faith.
Catholic World Report has info on where the group came from and who they’re affiliated with.