Apple is open about their so-called “progressive” policies and ideas.
And they also hate conservatives and will do anything to silence them.
But what Franklin Graham just said in response to Apple’s CEO will floor you.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook recently received the “Courage Against Hate” award from the Anti-Defamation League.
And in his speech he defended Apple’s decision to ban speech on their platforms that “violates the values of the company.”
But Franklin Graham responded with a bombshell, asking Tim Cook “Who defines Morality?”
Then he followed it up with a Bible verse from the book of Judges that reads “Everyone did what was right in his own eyes.” (Judges 21:25)
CBN News writes:
CNSNews.com reports in his remarks, Cook, who’s openly gay and supported Hillary Clinton in 2016, defended his company’s banning of certain speech or news media on Apple’s platforms when they “violate the values of the company.” He said that not banning what is “wrong” is irresponsible and “a sin.”
Responding directly to Cook in a Facebook post, Franklin Graham asked the question, “Who defines Morality?” And Graham reminded his followers that Cook’s comments “should concern all of us.”
“The only thing is, as sinful human beings, we don’t get to define morality or sin according to our own desires, preferences, or agendas,” Graham pointed out. “Tim Cook can’t; I can’t; and you can’t.
“Sin and morality has been defined by the God of the universe. God and God alone. God’s Word, the Bible, is the standard by which questions of good and evil, and right and wrong, are determined,” Graham continued.
“We run into all kinds of problems if Apple or Google or anyone else tries to censor according to their own personal code of right and wrong. That was the problem among God’s people a thousand years before Christ appeared, as the Old Testament Book of Judges drew to a close: “Everyone did what was right in his own eyes” (Judges 21:25),” he concluded.
Graham hit the nail right on the head.
Apple’s definition of what is “moral” or “right” could differ from someone else’s.
And to give Apple the power over its users to censor them when they please, is frightening.
Everyone who uses an iPhone or Mac should be concerned.
This is the issue with all of the Silicon Valley giants, however.
Google has been caught red-handed suppressing positive content for conservatives in favor of blatantly leftist sites like The Huffington Post or CNN.
And Youtube (owned by Google) will demonetize and outright ban conservatives simply for sharing their opinion, while pushing “progressive” voices like Samantha Bee to the top of their featured list.
Ultimately, Graham cut right to the chase of the problem.
No one can define Morality except God Himself.
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