Former President Trump and his team are “pushing forward” with plans to open their own social media websites.
“We are moving forward,” one source said this week. “And Donald Trump will have his voice back.”
The source stated that they are “doing it right and taking their time.”
“You have only one shot at this,” the source said.
Trump adviser Jason Miller hinted at the plans earlier this month for a new Trump-led social media platform after Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and YouTube all permanently banned Trump from their platforms after the Capitol protest in January.
And just this week, Facebook deleted a video of a Trump interview done by his daughter-in-law Lara Trump, responding that any video “in the voice of Trump” would be removed from the platform and that those people posting the video would have their accounts limited.
“This applies to all Trump accounts and Pages, including other campaign vehicles on our websites,” the email, posted on Instagram by Eric Trump, said.
“What this company did to Lara was horrible,” a Trump source said. “They are silencing our voices and anything to do with President Trump.”
The source went on: “It won’t work for long, because we are starting our own stuff as we speak.”
Author: Scott Dowdy