Former President Donald Trump won’t be silenced. That’s the message he’s sending to every reporter and social media platform, and he fully intends to remain in the political spotlight.
That’s difficult to do when you’re banned from all the major liberal social media giants, though. This makes it tough for Trump to connect with his supporters.
But all that’s going to change — and maybe soon.
A few days ago, a video of an interview conducted by Donald’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump was removed. They said they wouldn’t allow any content “in the voice of Donald Trump.”
Then Trump officials received an email which said any content with President Trump speaking “will be removed if posted.”
This may have been the last straw for the former Commander-in-Chief.
Because now, his previous plan of launching his own social media platform just kicked into high gear: they’re definitely taking the next step.
From Fox News:
Former President Donald Trump and his team are ‘moving forward’ with plans to start their own social media platform, sources familiar with the matter told Fox News.
‘We’re moving forward,’ one source said Tuesday. ‘And President Trump will have his voice back one way or another.’
There’s no estimate for when the platform will launch, but the source says they’re “taking the time to do it right.”
It might be essential because at this point, it doesn’t look like Trump – or even any member of his team or family – is allowed to have any voice on any major social media platform.
Lara Trump and Eric Trump have made these communications public, and they haven’t gone over well with Freedom of Speech proponents.
As one source told Fox:
What they did to Lara was disgraceful.
They’re shutting down our voices, anything to do with Trump.
The logical response to this is to simply avoid such platforms, and create one of your own. And Donald Trump has the resources to make it happen.
However, one has to wonder if this new social media option can really compete with giant liberal social media companies. And how long will these Trump bans remain in place?
Will all the biggest social media platforms in the world simply refuse to allow any content related to Trump forever?
If this is the case, Trump fans will be begging for an alternative — and it looks like they’re going to get it.
- Former President Donald Trump isn’t allowed on most major social media platforms right now.
- So, he’s “moving forward” with launching his own platform, and one source says he’ll “have his voice back one way or another.”
- This might be the only way Trump can remain connected to his supporters.
Source: Fox News