It’s almost here folks!
At least, that’s what President Trump is saying. The new social media site will soon be here, and hopefully it will be a remedy to all our censorship woes.
As most of you already know Facebook chose to uphold its Trump ban for at least six more months, and lets not even discuss The Twitter ban.
I wonder what the finished site will look like, but I KNOW it’ll be better than the silicon valley offerings we now have!
Here are the details:
The Epoch Times brought us more:
Former President Donald Trump suggested that his new social media platform will be launched soon, while noting that mainstream media outlets misreported traffic to his website.
Several weeks ago, Trump rolled out a social media-like section on his website called “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump” that allows him to post statements.
Describing his website as a “temporary way of getting” his message out, Trump noted that it “is a place where everyone can see my statements, issued in real time, and engage with the MAGA Movement.”
“This is meant to be a temporary way of getting my thoughts and ideas out to the public without the Fake News spin, but the website is not a ‘platform,” according to Trump’s statement. “It is merely a way of communicating until I decide on what the future will be for the choice or establishment of a platform. It will happen soon. Stay tuned!”
The Guardian,a far left publication wrote this regarding the platform earlier this month:
When the page was unveiled on Tuesday, social media erupted with comment – and mockery – suggesting that Trump’s long-awaited return to social media owed much to platforms such as Blogger, launched in 1999.
But Jason Miller, a senior adviser to the former president, sought to provide a clarification – via Twitter.
“President Trump’s website is a great resource to find his latest statements and highlights from his first term in office, but this is not a new social media platform,” he wrote. “We’ll have additional information coming on that front in the very near future.”
Twitter announced it had banned Trump permanently after the US Capitol attack for breaking its “glorification of violence” rules.
Facebook also banned him, with its chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, saying “the risks of allowing the President to continue to use our service during this period are simply too great”.