Donald Trump Jr. Launches News Aggregator Service as Competitor to Drudge Report

Donald Trump Jr. is launching a news aggregator service as a competitor to the Drudge Report, which has lost 57 percent of its overall traffic over the past several years according to Comstock. 

“As I travel around the country, the complaint I hear more than almost anything else is that people don’t know what media outlets, journalists, or stories they can actually trust,” Donald Trump Jr. stated.

The service is called “MxM News,” or minute-by-minute news, and will serve as an outpost for various right-wing news sources that are targeted by Big Brother and the Orwellian Nightmare.

The content will be managed by eight staffers and potentially augmented by artificial intelligence. It will be available on Google Android phones as well as Apple’s iOS phones. Telegraph Creative is an equity partner in MxM News and has developed the app.

“We created the MxM News app to help people cut through that clutter and get trustworthy news and information about topics that matter and impact their lives,” Trump Jr. said. “We view it as an important public service and also believe it will be a great business.”

Big League Politics has reported on how the fake news media is driving tech censorship to protect their fledgling enterprise:

Independent journalist Glenn Greenwald appeared before Congress this week to deliver remarks on the “free and diverse press.”

Greenwald was introduced by Clay Travis, the founder of sports blog Outkick the Coverage. Travis has gained a large following for his website by refusing to embrace unpopular woke-ism in sports journalism, which has caused ESPN’s ratings to sink like a stone in recent years.

The founder of The Intercept who was forced to leave his outlet due to censorship concerns explained to politicians that the fake news media is driving Big Tech repression against free speech.

“The one point I’d like to emphasize, Congressman, about that is Big Media, the largest media corporations in the United States, are not opposed to the censorious behavior of Big Tech. Quite the contrary, they’re the ones who have agitated for it most aggressively,” he said.

“If you ask people in Silicon Valley, they would all other things being equal prefer to be out of the business of content moderation and have been pressured by Big Media companies for both ideological and competitive reasons to silence others who might compete with these large outlets in the name of diversity,” Greenwald added.

He concluded his point by making a plea to the members of Congress about the need to protect a true free press at the grassroots level.

“What I think everyone is saying is very valid in this concern for the viability of local media outlets. So if that’s the case, the focus ought to be on empowering these local media outlets to sustain themselves and to grow and flourish and not empower the actors who are causing so many of the problems which we are all talking about, which are big media outlets either acting in concert with Big Tech or in many cases co-opting the power that they wield,” Greenwald explained.

Trump Jr’s news aggregator could break down this incestuous media-tech industrial complex that is stifling the flow of quality information.

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