- Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes said Trump and he “really like” Kanye West buying Parler.
- Nunes told Fox Business that Truth Social and Rumble are a fail-safe way for free speech in America.
- “We are basically building a whole parallel ecosystem that cannot be canceled,” Nunes said.
Truth Social CEO said Donald Trump and Truth Social welcome Kanye West’s purchase of right-wing social media platform Parler. Fox Business.
“We love the fact that Kanye West is buying Parler,” said Devin Nunes.
Nunes said it was “absolutely essential” that we have free speech to allow Americans to express their political opinions so that citizens are not silenced through “deceptive algorithms” and “shadow bans.”
Parler company owner Announced this week That West, now calling himself Ye, agreed to buy the platform, which rioters on Capitol Hill used to gather support. Apple and Google app stores banned it after January 6, but later reversed their decision after Parler agreed to introduce content moderation policies.
The announcement came less than a week after the rapper Make antisemitic comments On Twitter, before he was banned from his account and his tweet was removed.
In an interview with Bloomberg this week, Yi said he would invite Trump To join the platform, which he said would be for those “bullyed by the Thought Police”.
Nunes seems to have hinted that only the Truth Social and Rumble have protected free speech in America this year.
“We’re basically building a completely parallel ecosystem that can’t be canceled by Amazon in the world and by other big tech companies like we’ve seen happen to Parler,” he added.
The former congressman suggested that an “open internet” is the only basis for the popularity of Truth Social and why center-right conservatives prefer Rumble.
“The main reason I left Congress is precisely the censorship that has been going on in this country,” Nunes said.
“The goal that President Trump and I have set out here is very simple, and that is to reopen the Internet, to bring back the voice of the American people,” he said.
The Republican reiterated his support for Mask’s acquisition of Twitter, which is previously encouraged As a way to “counter these tech giants”.
The Truth Social did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.
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