Facebook alternative launches for conservatives

Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Michael F. Haverluck (OneNewsNow.com)

Facebook NOT like buttonWednesday marks the official launch of the all-new USA.Life pro-Trump social media platform, which dubs itself as the “answer to Facebook and Twitter censoring Christians, conservatives and liberty.”

Moving from the overwhelmingly liberal techie capital in California – where Google, Apple and Facebook have a stranglehold on politics – to a more conservative venue in Texas, USA.Life Founder and CEO Steven Andrew wanted to get out of the stifling atmosphere that smothers and silences those who are “right-“ minded – and he started his new network to do the same for other conservatives who want to enjoy an unrestricted social media presence, as well.

“[H]e decided to use his Silicon Valley tech leadership experience to launch the project after he saw Facebook block millions of people from getting his posts,” WND reported. “Andrew believes Facebook lied to Congress about being ‘a platform for all ideas’ – since they restrict President Trump supporters, Christians and conservatives.”

No more blind lead to the left …

Andrew indicated that Facebook has done a meticulous job of diminishing the reach and following of conservatives, so he got fed up of allowing the leftist social media monopoly to continue its silencing of those who hold to a biblical worldview.

“Facebook blocks 99 percent of my reach, which means 5 million people are missing per month from my account alone,” the tech expert informed, according to WND.

No stranger to getting supporters behind his cause, Andrew has his share of success with some big household names in the industry and education, including Sega, Cisco, Stanford, and Better Homes and Gardens – having led multi-million-dollar initiatives for each – and he sees his latest campaign as one of his most crucial endeavors.

“[USA.Life is necessary because] censorship affects elections, people’s lives and relationships,” he insisted, noting how its users can share news, photos, videos, updates and messages, as well as join groups. “People can connect with those most important to them, too.”

On USA.Life’s crowdfunding page, Andrew characterizes his new patriotic platform as a social media option for “everyone who loves America.”

“We don’t have the billions of dollars Facebook, Google and Twitter have, so we need people who want freedom and privacy to contribute what they can,” his crowdfunding page reads.

Incentives are give to those who help his new platform become a success.

“Financial supporters receive a special reward, depending on how much they give, such as their name credited in the computer code with a keepsake PDF to print and other perks,” WND noted. “For larger donations, individuals and organizations can get their name on the founders wall.”

Out of Google’s clutches …

It was also recently announced that Life.USA is also working on an alternative to Google, which also does a painstaking job of silencing and shutting down those with conservative viewpoints through its search engine algorithms.

1776Free.com is the name of Andrew’s new search engine – an option for those who are tired of Google leading them to liberal sources while filtering out conservative ones.

Andrew claims that “America’s new search engine” – as he calls it – will give users superior results than what Google provides during searches … primarily because it is devoid of liberal bias.

“If you haven’t heard, news reports show Google suppresses conservative speech,” Andrew pointed out in an informative piece on his USA.Life website. “Google puts a 96 percent negative spin for news about President Trump, according to a report. We found Google has a bias against anything positive about America. They often give anti-American and anti-Christian results instead of true answers. This is why you need 1776Free.”

He boasts that users will get what they are looking for – not what a company with a liberal agenda wants them to read or view.

“[1776Free.com will lead you to everything about President Trump, conservative and Christian real news that Google hides,” Andrew assured. “The USA.Life and 1776Free.com are needed to protect the free speech assured by the First Amendment. We will unite the nation.”

More options?

Another pro-Trump alternative to Facebook, called “Trump Town,” is also being offered to conservatives.

Trump Town Founder Addison Riddleberger says his new social media platform is open to anyone who fears getting blocked or censored on other social media platforms – just as President Donald Trump experienced 24 hours before the midterm elections, when his Facebook pages titled, “Patriotic Folks,” “Standing for Americans” and “Freedom Catalog” were disabled.

“It’s geared toward Trump supporters and conservatives who’ve been ostracized from other online platforms for simply having a countering opinion,” Riddleberger stated back in November, according to Fox News.

In the introduction to his new platform, Riddleberger promises users they will not experience the kind of problems they do with Facebook.

"Welcome to Trump Town – where you won't be censored, ghosted or banned for supporting the 45th President of the United States," Riddleberger wrote in a sample post for the new website late last year.

He gave two reasons for conservatives to choose his new platform for their social media needs.

“First, because someone needed to offer a conservative alternative to the monopoly that left-leaning elites hold over the social networking space,” Riddleberger stressed. “Secondly, because myself and many other conservatives have been personally affected by self-proclaimed ‘open-platforms’ clamping down on my right to free speech.”



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