Trump’s supporters have launched a social media network to compete with Twitter.
To compete with Twitter, Trump’s fans have developed their own social media platform.
If Donald Trump decides to run for President of the United States in the next election, he will have a new social media platform to spread his message.
GETTR is a direct competitor to Twitter, which Mr Trump used practically every day to broadcast his views to the world. It was founded by Jason Miller, the former US President’s election communications chief in 2016 and 2020. Mr Miller accused Facebook and Twitter of interfering in the 2016 US election by suppressing a negative article about Joe Biden’s son Hunter and then banning Mr Trump from both Twitter and Facebook for life after the election, according to the Sunday Express.
“If they had heard about the Hunter Biden tale, one out of every six Biden voters claimed they would have changed or considered altering their vote,” he said.
He also noted that in the United States, fears of Big Tech have caused two-thirds of people who have joined GETTR to want to take on the social media behemoths, against a third wanting to support President Trump.
“We launched on July 4th, Independence Day, to allow people to declare their independence from big tech, and we’ve already been the fastest social media site to reach one million subscribers,” he explained.
“We’re also the first social media network to hit 2 million users in less than a year, and this thing is really taking off.”
“I believe Twitter and Facebook are our two most likely marketplace competitors.”
He added that terrorist groups such as Hamas and the Taliban will not be able to utilize the network, unlike Twitter.
Unlike Twitter, “those who want to express a political opinion will not be cancelled.”
In addition, the new platform would be unique in that it will neither collect or sell personal information from users.
“Ostensibly they are about social media, but they are really data corporations,” Mr Miller said of his opponents.
GETTR, according to Mr Miller, will “make social media interesting again,” echoing a campaign slogan from his former boss.
He’s in discussions with several well-known South American footballers, two prominent singers, and other celebrities about joining the site.
Lawrence Fox, the founder of the Reclaim Party and a British actor, has joined the website.
It was announced this week that Mr. Fox will play Hunter Biden in a film on the purported financial troubles.
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