GETTR Welcomes Southern Poverty Law Center Operatives on Platform After Banning Right-Wing Dissidents
Jason Miller, the CEO of GETTR, welcomed far-left operatives employed by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) to his platform shortly after banning right-wing dissidents.
“How big is #GETTR? Even the Southern Poverty Law Center is now here! Welcome to freedom!” Miller said in response to doxxing enthusiast Michael Edison Hayden after he posted on the platform.
“More SPLC! Welcome, Hannah! Unlike the Big Tech social media companies, your voice and your opinion will actually be protected here. We might not agree on much, but hopefully you’ll find #GETTR much more inviting than that cesspool over at Twitter,” Miller told SPLC senior researcher Hannah Gais after she joined GETTR.
Miller’s posts can be seen here:
While Miller rolls out the red carpet to give a platform for the leftist enemies of America, his platform preemptively bans right-wing dissidents who have been frequently targeted by Big Tech censorship and other repressive measures by the globalist regime.
Big League Politics has reported on how Miller banned paleoconservative video blogger Nick Fuentes based on his reputation alone:
“The Trump-friendly social media platform Gettr is gaining market share rapidly as Twitter embraces Draconian censorship like never before.
Gettr recently received a massive boost in traffic and notoriety after podcaster Joe Rogan joined the platform.
“Just in case sh*t over at Twitter gets even dumber, I’m here now as well. Rejoice!” Rogan wrote in his introductory post on the platform.
This resulted in over 500,000 new signups at Gettr from users who support free speech and an open dialogue, but a recent moderating decision has called Gettr’s dedication to their purported principles into question.
Right-wing video blogger and America First organizer Nick Fuentes was immediately banned from the platform shortly after joining with his following of so-called “Groypers” blacklisted on the site as well.
Fuentes has been banned from Twitter, YouTube, DLive, and all other mainstream platforms after helping organize “Stop the Steal” rallies last year, including the infamous Capitol demonstration on Jan. 6. His reputation caused him to get banned on Gettr, which enraged his following and offended neutral observers…
Big League Politics talked to New York Young Republicans leader Gavin Wax, who was called out by Fuentes on his podcast due to his association with Gettr. Wax works in the marketing division for the social media upstart, and he explained that the decision to ban Fuentes was far from unanimous.”
Based on their content moderation policies, it does not seem like GETTR is much different than their Big Tech competitors. It appears that a shady Chinese billionaire is calling the shots at GETTR, and early indicators show that they are hostile to free speech.