Former President Donald Trump launched a communications platform on Tuesday which brings him the ability to communicate with his followers again after being targeted by Big Tech Censorship.
This is a one-way communication platform, allowing people to share the messages, but not allowing for people to reply or engage on the posts.
As more conservatives get banned from Big Tech platforms, they are becoming more creative in how they reach their followers. Recently James O’Keefe, founder of Project Veritas, was cancelled from Twitter also. O’Keefe has since used a strategy of having followers post his messages across social media, lessening the need to have an account on the platform. It appears Donald Trump will be using the same strategy.
Trump’s platform launched Tuesday, and advisers told Fox News that he planned to move forward with a social media platform of his own in the future.
The platform comes one day before Facebook’s “Oversight Board” is expected to announce a decision on whether President Trump will be indefinitely suspended from Facebook and Instagram.