Why do you want to tweet when you can tweet through Trump?
President Trump said on Friday that he is considering other social media platforms and may even create his own social media platform after being banned from Twitter after the U.S. Capitol riots on Wednesday.
He was also banned from posting on Facebook and Instagram-at least until the end of his term.
“As I have been saying for a long time, Twitter has gone further and further in prohibiting freedom of speech. Tonight, Twitter employees worked with the Democratic Party and radical left organizations to delete my account from the platform. Keep me silent-and you, 75 million great patriots voted for me,”
The President continued: “Twitter may be a private company, but without the government’s Article 230 gift, they would not exist for long.”
The president went on to say that he had predicted that his remarks would be censored. Conservatives have long complained that social media sites like Twitter are biased towards them and towards liberals.
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“We have been negotiating with various other sites, and there will be an important announcement soon, and we are also considering the possibility of establishing our own platform in the near future. We will not be silent!”
In the end, he accused Twitter of opposing freedom of speech, but instead “establishing a radical leftist platform where some of the most malicious people in the world can speak freely.”
“Please pay attention!” He added.
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Twitter quickly deleted these tweets from the @Potus account, citing its policy of prohibiting users from attempting to circumvent through other accounts.
Gab is an alternative to Twitter launched a few years ago. It claims to be a “social network that advocates freedom of speech, personal freedom and the free flow of new online information”, and it quickly took advantage of this opportunity.
Andrew Torba, the founder and CEO of Trump supporter Gab, wrote on the platform that since the president banned social media, the site has had a record number of visits.
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“As we speak, more and more servers are spinning,” Torba wrote on Friday. “Log traffic. Remember: We own our server hardware. It’s not as easy as pressing a button on a cloud hosting provider, but we can’t be banned by the server we own! Please be patient. God is in control. “
Back to Twitter, MySpace-a popular social media site in the early 2000s-became popular.
Even MySpace co-founder Tom Anderson (Tom Anderson), who left the company a few years ago, joked: “@MYSPACETOM about meeting new people.”
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Google also announced on Friday that it would suspend the listing of social media platform Parler on the Play Store due to its failure to ease the “annoying content” posted by users related to the Capitol riots. Parler has become a popular Twitter choice for many conservatives.
According to reports, Apple is considering similar actions.
Michael Ruiz and Brooke Singman of Fox News contributed to this report.