It’s been a horrific month for Big Tech giants out in Silicon Valley.
It’s become glaringly obvious that their stronghold on the public narrative is slowly but surely coming to a tumultuous end. Big Tech giants have been on a mission to censor conservatives of the pro-Trump ilk for years now — not to mention their recent efforts to silence anyone and everyone who dare question liberal “public health” narratives.
As a result, patriots across the country have brainstormed ways to bypass technocrat tyranny by forming their own social media platforms and crowdfunding services.
Trump’s Truth Social, however, has made the biggest splash thus far.
Truth Social, the alternative social media platform created by President Donald J. Trump launched on Apple’s app store this week and quickly become the most popular social networking platform in the store.
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) February 21, 2022
President Trump announced he would create an alternative social media platform shortly after he was banned from every major leftist-run platform, including Google, Facebook, and Twitter.
BREAKING: in less than 3 hours, over 85k users are in the queue to join Truth Social pic.twitter.com/azxrGLRoYY
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) February 21, 2022
Big Tech firms in Silicon Valley spent millions (perhaps billions) to keep Trump out of the White House during the 2020 presidential election. Facebook alone donated upwards of $200 million dollars which Democrats used to pay for ballot drop boxes in swing districts across the United States.
Truth Social’s CEO is former Republican congressman Devin Nunes, whose one-man campaign to expose the Russigate hoax is chronicled in the hit book and documentary The Plot Against The President.
Truth Social’s success on the app store contributed to a tech slowdown, with multiple users reporting that they have been placed on a waitlist due to massive demand.
One vulnerability that Truth Social will face going forward is its dependence on the Apple App store.
In January, shortly after President Trump (who was at that time still in office) was banned from Twitter, the conservative-friendly social networking app Parler enjoyed record growth, rising to the top of app stores on both Google and Apple.
But Apple and Google quickly blacklisted the app, booting it off their app stores. This was followed by Amazon Web Services (AWS), the leading web hosting company, denying service to Parler as well — effectively knocking it off the internet.
Parler later found a new web host, and was able to return to the Apple App Store.
Gab, the first free speech friendly alternative to Twitter and Facebook, has built its own web servers as an alternative to AWS, and has built its own payment processor as an alternative to PayPal and Stripe.
Truth Social is being hosted by Right Forge, another conservative-owned alternative to AWS.
Meanwhile, the Christian-owned, free speech-friendly funding platform GiveSendGo has been in the news recently for hosting a fundraiser for the Canadian Freedom Convoy after the campaign was booted from leftist-owned GoFundMe.
The liberal domination of public speech and their constant suppression of truth is coming to a bitter end!
Author: Elizabeth Tierney