Corey Lewandowski Promises Users of Trump’s New Social Media Platform That They Won’t be Cancelled
Donald Trump has obviously been very bored since he;d been out of office. He’s tried to fill that time by playing an awful lot of golf. And when he hasn’t been playing golf or entertaining visitors to Mar-a-Lago, Trump has been calling into cable news stations.
A big part of the former president’s boredom has been his inability to post messages on his Twitter account. Twitter, of course, banned Trump following the insurrection he inspired in early January.
To try to fill the Twitter gap, Trump has threatened to start his own social media network. On Saturday night, former Trump aide Corey Lewandowski gave some insight into Trump’s venture, saying he’d use it as a way to communicate with supporters.
Lewandowsi told Newsmax:
“This is going to be launched in the next 3 to 4 months, and it’s going to be an interactive communication tool, whereby the president will be able to post things to it, and people will be able to repost and communicate directly with him. What we’ve seen from Big Tech and the cancel culture is, if you don’t agree with their philosophy, they’re going to cancel you. and we’re going to have a platform where the president’s message of America first is going to be able to be put out to everybody, and there’ll be an opportunity for other people to weigh in and communicate in a free format, without fear of reprisal or being cancelled.”
The former Trump advisor continued, “The platform that the president is building is not going to rely on Amazon, or Amazon servers, it’s going to be completely built from scratch, from the ground up, and that’s going to give him the opportunity to control not only the distribution of it, but also who participates in it. I mean that in a positive way.”