Elizabeth Johnston, also known as "The Activist Mommy" is no stranger to controversy.
The popular Christian vlogger often posts videos on social media about the increasing societal pressure to normalize homosexuality, gender dysphoria, and a host of other ills in America.
Now, gay activists are petitioning Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg to delete her account, which has nearly 140,000 followers.
"I've been banned three times from Facebook for just simply stating what the Bible says about homosexuality and just found out yesterday that a Change.org petition has been started to attempt to petition Mark Zuckerburg to delete my page from Facebook," Johnston said in an interview with CBN News Thursday.
Earlier this year, Facebook apologized for suspending Johnston's account for saying the Bible condemns homosexuality.
She argued that the Bible does not condone homosexuality and quoted scriptures from the Old and New Testament to support her. Facebook quickly removed the post and suspended Johnston's account on three separate occasions. Facebook told Johnston her post did not "follow the Facebook Community Standards."
"They are muzzling me and my biblical message while Mark Zuckerberg claims that FB is unbiased," she said in a statement. "The post Facebook deleted included no name-calling, no threats, and no harassment. It was intellectual discussion and commentary on the Bible."
Facebook finally apologized and reinstated Johnston's account after coming under heavy fire from the media.
Johnston says Christians in America need to stop being timid and "use their voices on the burning issues of the day."
"...It's obvious looking around us that the world has gone mad and right is wrong and wrong is right," she said.
"Men are now allowed in women's restrooms and 3,000 babies are killed every day..."
"Islamic prayers are being taught to children in public schools, while the Christian God and Christian holidays are banned from public schools. And we are in this mess because Christians are not courageous today."
She said it is her desire to inspire people to be "bold and to be courageous."
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