New social media platform Gettr says no to cancel culture, yes to free speech

Amid the debates over Big Tech companies and censorship, a new social media platform has emerged to champion free speech.

The platform Gettr officially launched July 4 with a mission of “fighting cancel culture, promoting commonsense, defending free speech, challenging social media monopolies, and creating a true marketplace of ideas,” according to the platform’s website.

Gettr’s promise to users is “you’re never going to be censored or deplatformed or cancel-cultured because of your political beliefs,” Jason Miller, a former aide to President Donald Trump who is the company’s CEO, says on “The Daily Signal Podcast.”

Miller joins the show to explain why Gettr is a different kind of social media platform and to discuss Trump’s recently announced class-action lawsuit against Facebook, Twitter, and Google over censorship.

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