As blatant censorship across social media affects Trump and his followers, many of his supporters are asking what’s Donald’s next move? He could easily go back to television by starting his own network, or he could push through the backlash and continue pursuing politics.
Either of those options puts Trump front and center to show that he isn’t going to back down. Fighting back against Silicon Valley CEOs is a strong move for Trump at this time.
The wrong move would probably sitting out for an extended period. Trump could just let this fire burn out by staying low, but Trump’s advisor has said he might take a new path.
“I would expect that we will see the president reemerge on social media,’ Miller said when asked what Trump plans to do next. ‘Whether that’s joining an existing platform or creating his new platform, there are a number of different options and a number of different meetings that they’ve been having on that front. Nothing is imminent on that.’”
A social media platform not ruled by biased leftists is just what the doctor ordered. Platforms like Twitter and Instagram constantly show how biased they are run when it comes to politics.
Twitter decided that it would be better off without @realDonaldTrump.
As of mid-January before Democrat President Joe Biden’s inauguration, Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) Sheryl Sandberg told NBC News that the social network has “no plans” to lift Trump’s indefinite ban anytime soon.
Twitter and the like seem to censor and flag conservatives and specifically GOP members left and right. Any right-wing idea is met with criticism, persecution, and eventual deletion without hesitation.
A “Trumper” app with 75 million of his voters free of Twitter’s rules could allow the freedom of speech to really flourish. Twitter is going to lose out big for throwing the ban hammer on Trump.
Do you think Trump should start his own social media platform? If it hits back at Silicon Valley, it might be worth a shot.
- Trump’s advisor says Trump is thinking about his own social media platform.
- Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer says there are “no plans” to lift Trump’s ban.