Mike Lindell: Free, Clean Speech Social Media Site Set To Launch Monday

Mike Lindell is taking the big stage

The MyPillow CEO announced on April 15 that Frank will launch on April 19. The new social media platform will provide a place for free speech as provided by the US Constitution. Millions of people across the nation are looking forward to the release.

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In his video statement, Lindell said he did everything he could to make sure his platform is secure. It has its own servers. Google, Amazon, and other big tech companies won’t even get any near it.

“And we are going to get our voice of free speech out there,” Lindell said. “On Monday morning at 9 a.m., we’re going to have the biggest launch. … I call it a Frank-a-thon.”

“I’m going to be on there live all day long. … It’s like a YouTube Twitter combination; you’ve never seen anything like it,” Lindell said of his new project.

“You’re not going to have to worry about what you’re saying and worry about being able to speak out freely.”

Lindell explained that his server won’t allow threats, violence, and foul language.

“You don’t get to use the four swear words—the C-word, the N-word, the F-word, or God’s name in vain. Free speech is not pornography; free speech isn’t ‘I’m going to kill you,’” he said.

Social medial platforms have banned many conservatives. Twitter and Facebook were the first to make a move. Donald Trump’s accounts were removed. Pretty much every post containing his name was deleted.

A Pew 2020 survey took samples of 5,000 people. The results were shocking. According to the survey, Americans believe social media sites ban users based on their political views.

The same survey also found that conservatives trust the Big Tech less than liberals do when it comes to their decision to determine which post is marked as inaccurate. About 90% of all conservatives have little to no confidence in the platform’s ability to label posts fairly. At least 52% of all liberal users feel the same way.

Congressional Republicans try to hold the Big Tech accountable for censoring conservatives, pointing to Section 230. It’s part of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) of 1996 and it provides protection to Big Tech from being subjected to lawsuits for content on their websites. GOP lawmakers have introduced many bills, but none of them saw the light of the day nor became a law.

Republican leaders have tried to add laws to affect the Big Tech and control what is labeled false and who is removed from their platforms.

The Texas Senate passed a bill and they forbids Big Tech from blocking, banning, demonetizing, or discriminating against their users because of their political views. Several other states have followed the same example.

Lindell’s platform is fighting against this censorship. It will be a safe spot for those who have been banned from YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.

“They’re going to have a safe place. You won’t have to walk on eggshells anymore,” Lindell said during an appearance on NTD’s “Focus Talk.”

At least tens of millions of users will visit Lindell’s platform in the first week. He claims that 150 million people around the world watched one of his recent documentaries.

“I put in all my money. I’m not out to make money. Right now, I’m out to get the word out for free speech. I want people to go out there, all these influencers, and talk about” election fraud claims, Lindell said.

Ads will be allowed on the platform and this will be one of the ways to fund it.

Here’s the catch. When users sign up, they will follow pretty much every influencer. Of course, they will be able to stop following influencers they don’t like.

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Source: The Epoch Times

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