Pastor Who Resisted Church Lockdowns Received Nearly 1500 Death Threats, His Family Intimidated

(Epoch Times) Pastor Brian Gibson, who has been a target of cancel culture for resisting draconian lockdown measures as well as for exercising his First Amendment rights, has received hundreds of death threats. He and his family have experienced various forms of harassment.

“Just for being a vocal proponent of the First Amendment, just for being someone that supported President Trump, and someone that spoke out actively, I received close to 1,500 death threats. People broke into my house, kicked my gate down, hacked all of our accounts,” Gibson said on EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program.

“It’s amazing what they can do and how coordinated some of these intimidation rings can really be. I think I underestimated what that would really be until it happened to me.”

Gibson and his family were threatened on social media and received intimidating phone calls or mail. It affected his three kids, aged 9 to 15, the pastor said.

“My kids … weren’t able to go home for over a month. And then … we had to sell that home and relocate.”

Gibson took his family to a rather isolated place in the Rocky Mountains to get away, but they were found, even there, and intimidated while spending time in a park.

“I didn’t know if they were going to try to kill me,” Gibson said. “So I went into a convenience store, sent my kids out the back through woods to where we were staying, and I went around…

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Editor’s Note. This article was written by Ella Kietlinska and Joshua Phillip and published at the Epoch Times.

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7 thoughts on “Pastor Who Resisted Church Lockdowns Received Nearly 1500 Death Threats, His Family Intimidated

    1. Johnny, I’m telling Mom that you’re on her computer again.

  1. Why would any church have a pagan Egyptian pyramid for their logo? This so called pastor is an apostate because his wife is co-pastor with him.

  2. It’s probably supposed to be an over simplified trinity symbol, and it is possible that he understand and does thimgs scripturally in the rest of his life so I think it would be more appropriate to call him a heretic.

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