I also pray for him daily. Let’s not judge him too harshly however, and hope that he finds his way to the Bride of Christ.I include @a into my morning prayer (for the living). Man, he needs to find a better church (the True One). It almost breaks my heart to see him shill rock concert events as "worshipping God".
Gettr censors "conservatives" more now than Twitter prior to 2015 or so, which should tell you where they're headed. Gettr literally banned the use of the word "groyper" for a while. That's how fragile they are.Some activists have been choosing gettr instead of gab for their free speech tweeting needs. Gab seems to have done a good job, I suppose they are both 'centralised'.. Does anyone know anything more about the newer platform?
Basically what @DanielH said. Gettr is controlled opposition. Gab was a bit touch and go at first, but it has really been proven in the recent few years. It has been the center of the rallying cries for a parallel Christian economy as well, which is something you will never see controlled opposition and fake platforms do.Some activists have been choosing gettr instead of gab for their free speech tweeting needs. Gab seems to have done a good job, I suppose they are both 'centralised'.. Does anyone know anything more about the newer platform?
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An attack from Rogan, the host of the biggest podcast in the country who is popular on the right, was a big problem for a social media firm that is only six months old and targets conservatives as its consumer base. As he dealt with the fallout, Jason Miller, the former Trump campaign spokesperson who is the company’s CEO, traded messages with Guo Wengui, the controversial fugitive Chinese billionaire and ally of Steve Bannon, whose company created an early version of Gettr. Miller and Gettr have repeatedly asserted that Guo does not play an active role in the company’s operations. But these messages—which were obtained by Mother Jones—show Guo dispensing advice (arguably instructions) to Miller and suggest he is more involved than the company has acknowledged.
“Yeah, it’s not good,” Miller said in a WhatsApp text message to Guo, noting that he had recently spoken to Rogan’s producer in an effort to smooth things over. “…[H]opefully we won’t have anymore outbursts.”
“We don’t want to do any bad things to this guy [Rogan],” Guo, who speaks slightly fractured English, responded in an audio message. “We need to respect him. Just…explain to him what happened.”
“Keep it gentleman-style,” Guo stressed. “No fight back. We are friends. We need to respect him.”
“Exactly,” Miller replied by text. “I was very humble when I spoke with his producer yesterday.”
“That’s why I love you. You’re a 100 percent gentlemen,” Guo responded in another audio message. Guo added, seemingly jokingly, that he himself was a “fake gentleman.”
Guo appears to have communicated one-on-one with Miller, then forwarded the exchange to a group of around 20 associates according to a person who shared the messages with Mother Jones. To this group, Guo provided a description of what he had discussed with Miller. “Regarding Joe Rogan, last night, we discussed with Jason to display the number of followers separately: GETTR followers and total followers,” Guo wrote in the WhatsApp chat that originally appeared in Chinese. “The web version has been launched, and the mobile version is also being submitted. After all the changes are made, Jason should respond to this issue. An announcement to explain.”