Lindell’s New Social Media Platform Attacked Right After Launching
But, were you expecting a different response, honestly?
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Normally, in these dark media ages, President Trump and his followers are banned and divided from the new-age world in a blink.
Mike Lindell, a true friend of President Trump, a big patriot, and a great man and businessman, has spent dozens of millions of dollars to come up with this new social media platform, as a way to bring the presence of truth and of America First ideas back in the social media.
Normally the Big Tech and the powerful media houses and companies would attack the move!
Heck, they never even thought that he could achieve releasing the platform in the first place!
“Frank was attacked, it’s the biggest attack in history next to the election,“ Lindell said in the live stream, suggesting that the platform is facing cyberattacks “from all over the world.”
Lindell made the remarks as he is holding a 48-hour live stream as a “backup plan.” The live stream had around 15 million views at around noon, increasing to about 90 million at 10 p.m., Lindell said.
Before the official release, Lindell has announced that FrankSpeech would have its own servers so that the website is not vulnerable to the possibility of being shut by third-party providers. Because earlier this year, Parler was de-platformed by Amazon Web Services, after Google and Apple removed it from their app stores.
Lindell, during the live stream, also took aim at fact-checkers, saying that “Facebook decides what to do after the fact,” and noting that sometimes fact-checkers give the right information—but Big Tech platforms impose their own views. As you can see, Mike Lindell saw this coming even before the attacks happened. It referred to them as “the bad part of the movie”, but that it is good – since that you know the movie hasn’t finished yet!
Other respected Americans and conservatives took place at the live stream, such as musician Ted Nugent, Lt. General Michael Flynn, and Steve Banon.
“People want to hear this call for freedom, we are having a reformation or a revival,” said Flynn. “American people are starting to wake up, the world’s people are beginning to wake up.”
“We should be fearless about our beliefs,” Flynn said.
“This is the turning point in history,” Lindell stated. “They are not taking out rights and free speech.”
Lindell announced last month that the platform would be a mix of YouTube and Twitter, and it could hold up to a billion users.
“I believe it will handle upwards of a billion. If it doesn’t, we will get to that capacity. I don’t think that’s exaggerated, by any means,” he said.
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