Big Tech decided to purge Trump.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey led the way on it, then abruptly retired just weeks ago.
But this astounding number for Donald Trump’s new social media may be behind Jack Dorsey’s retirement.
Recently-resigned Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey led the Big Tech drive to wipe Donald Trump off of the internet.
Donald Trump’s wildly effective use of Twitter put him in the White House.
And with questions around the 2020 election Big Tech decided he had to go.
But Donald Trump is working around Big Tech’s censorship after they banned him from the digital town square.
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But not content to be left out of direct involvement in the digital conversation, Trump decided to take matters into his own hands.
Always the entrepreneur, Trump launched his own social media company, Truth Social, in recent months to create a true free speech alternative to Big Tech censorship.
But Trump caused everyone’s jaws to hit the floor when it was announced his social media start up just received $1 Billion in private investment.
Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG) the parent company of Truth Social and partner Digital World Acquisition Corp. announced the move as they prepare to launch in 2022.
President Trump in a press release said the $1 billion in private investment “sends an important message to Big Tech that censorship and political discrimination must end.”
“America is ready for TRUTH Social, a platform that will not discriminate on the basis of political ideology,” he continued.
“As our balance sheet expands, TMTG will be in a stronger position to fight back against the tyranny of Big Tech,” he concluded.
The $1 billion dollar haul puts Truth Social in a stronger position than other alternative social media platforms taking on Big Tech censorship.
When Twitter alternative Parler was set to take off, Google and Apple banned the app from their devices and Amazon Web Services pulled their hosting services, taking the website offline for a long stretch.
Many are speculating Twitter founder Jack Dorsey may have caught wind Trump’s Twitter alternative was coming for him and decided to call it quits.
After all, it was Dorsey’s who made the first move to permanently ban Trump on social media.
With Trump’s new Twitter competitor getting this magnitude of investment and the goal of taking the company public, Trump would now be a serious player in tech.
And one theory is Dorsey didn’t want to be around when that happened.
The backing of President Trump and with the financial resources to succeed, conservatives could have their strongest free speech competitor yet to Big Tech’s censorship.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.