Last weekend, the Ohio Liberty Coalition hosted a “Reload 4 Liberty” event at which Janet Porter spoke about her never-ending push to get her anti-choice “Heartbeat Bill” legislation passed in Ohio. But apparently that is not all that Porter is up to these days, as she also revealed to the audience that she’ll soon be unveiling something called ReaganBook, which aims to become “the Facebook for patriots.”
Because Facebook is run by the sorts of people who march in gay pride parades and supposedly censors messages from anti-gay activists like Peter LaBarbera, Porter explained that she decided to launch ReaganBook as a conservative alternative.
“We’re tearing down walls, get it?” she said. “We’re tearing down walls of tyranny, or censorship”:
And indeed, ReaganBook is an actual thing … and though, as of this posting, it currently only has thirty-one members, including Janet Porter, we are sure that once it is officially announced, it’ll sweep the nation!
UPDATE: ReaganBook was temporarily shut down after it was bombarded with membership requests from “those intent on the destruction of life, liberty, and the family,” reports the Daily Beast:
The site administrators effectively pulled the plug on ReaganBook less than 24 hours after its launch.
“Thank you to all those who participated in the pre-release of ReaganBook.com,” a message credited to “Management” said on the site late Wednesday afternoon. “Your participation is helping us build a more secure site. Thank you! Please be patient while we make the necessary changes to keep the site free from obscenity, pornography, and those intent on the destruction of life, liberty, and the family. We will be opening the doors again soon with additional protections in place. As Reagan taught us, trust, but verify.”