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EXCLUSIVE: Former Rep. Devin Nunes is sharing new details about TRUTH Social and his decision to leave Congress to take on Big Tech as the CEO of Trump Media & Technology Group, vowing to create the “free-est” social media platform for users across the United States and around the world.

In an exclusive interview with Fox News, his first since retiring from Congress after nearly two decades representing California’s 22nd congressional district, and after leading the House Intelligence Committee for nearly a decade, Nunes said his new chapter is “not political,” but instead, a continuation of his public service.

The article goes on to state the following:

Nunes announced his resignation from Congress in December, and soon after was named by former President Trump to be CEO of Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG).

Nunes recalled that he was one of the first elected officials to transition to Rumble, adding, “I was the first to be shadow-banned on Twitter. I was the first on to go to Parler.”

Last month, Trump’s company, TMTG, announced a cloud services partnership with Rumble.

Nunes said they are taking a “three-pronged approach” to the larger vision for TMTG, with TRUTH Social, expected to launch in the first quarter of 2022, intended to only be a small part of it.

“You have TRUTH Social platform, but we are also heavily looking at streaming and having a streaming service, and that is in development right now. We are also looking at how do we deliver the news, and deliver news to people. That is more conceptual right now,” Nunes explained.

“We want to have a really high-quality product, but we are looking at multiple product lines down the road,” Nunes added.

Nunes had a message for critics: “You ban us and ban the president, okay, we’re going to raise the capital and build a company.”

He said the key issue will be how the company handles the growth.

“This has to be built without the use of any of these companies that would cut us off,” Nunes said. “We can’t use any of the woke corporations, or private woke corporations, so all of this has to be developed from scratch.”

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  1. Yes but is it safe with all the spying and hate of patriots. Will they take a list of all and cart us away. A bit scared in these days about our security. Look what happened January 6, a year ago? Should we be oh so trusting? Not me… The government we have now is deadly, they are out for blood. Beware and watch your backs and don’t be trusting. Our election was stolen. That means the government has alot to answer for. I won’t trust anyone till voting integrity is fixed.

    • I hear you Debi. Hang in there…we need fighters like President Trump and Devin Nunes. Imagine where we would be now if we didn’t have fighters? It would be far worse.

  2. Once we have a viable free space , you’ll need to caution that political trolls will be emboldened to join and attack without mercy , using your own policies of free speech as their shield and filthy marketing for porn sites , will try to flood every thread . It happened with Parler and GETTR .
    Ignore the former ,they do not deserve your time and effort.
    Report the latter every time you see it.

  3. The Democrats and left excel at technology; sadly they own that field.

    Rumble and Parler suck royally. Their format is not intuitive, lots of glitches and just not user friendly. Insteadnof reinventing the whee, the conservative tech platforms should have just copied Facebook, Twittet and Youtube.


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