GETTR CEO Jason Miller Says New Platform Is Alternative to Big Tech
GETTR CEO Jason Miller says this new social media platform is just what censored conservatives have been looking for.
FIGHTING BACK: Jason Miller Slams POLITICO ‘Hit-Piece’
Jason Miller is pushing back after Politico wrote a “hit-piece” about GETTR, his new social media platform. Miller, who was Senior Advisor to President Donald Trump during both the 2016 and 2020 campaigns, is the Chief Executive Officer of GETTR. Miller says GETTR was founded to stand up against Big Tech censorship.
Jason Miller Slams Politico After Leftist Media Dogpile GETTR
GETTR CEO Jason Miller fired back against Politico after the media outlet launched an attack against his new platform claiming that it is a hotbed for terrorist activity. Politico reported that free speech alternative platform GETTR was “inundated with terrorist propaganda spread by supporters of Islamic State.” The liberal media outlet further reported that GETTR “…
IT’S ON: Trump Advisor Launches ‘Cancel-Free’ Social Media Platform
Former Trump advisor Jason Miller will launch a new social media platform designed to “declare independence” from Big Tech platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. “GETTR,” which Miller says evolved from “getting together,” will launch on July 4. However, the platform’s app is already in the App Stores.
Trump Uses Surrogate to Tweet ‘Get Well’ Wishes to Tiger Woods
Since he’s been permanently banned from Twitter, former President Donald Trump enlisted the help of one of his 2020 campaign advisors to post “Get Well” wishes to Tiger Woods after the five-time Masters Tournament winner was hurt in a car accident on Tuesday.
Twitter Censors Tweet About Trump Legal Win in Pennsylvania
Twitter promised on Nov. 2 that it would label tweets that declared a premature victory, but it appears that the platform has escalated to labeling “legal” victories as well. The company placed an interstitial, or filter, over Senior Advisor to the Trump campaign Jason Miller’s tweet regarding the campaign’s victory today in a Pennsylvania appellate court. Users wanting to see the tweets…