Choices … Choices … Choices

Dateline: April 27, 2022

By BlakJakPershing on GETTR and BlackJackPershing on Truth Social, similar on Gab, Clouthub and Parler

“Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black.”   Henry Ford

When automobiles were first created, there was a shake down period when it wasn’t clear which form of propulsion would win out. There were electric, steam powered and internal combustion engines. Over time the internal combustion option proved most reliable and improvable. For several decades now that technology as been continuously improved, likely to be replaced by electric for any number of reasons, but mostly due to improved batteries and lower costs of electric motors. (NOT advocating here folks).

What does this have to do with anything you might ask? We are now in the conservative social media shake down period. Here is an analysis of how to view each platform.

Twitter: The platform of the moment. Kudos to Musk for ruining their fake little leftist world. I am exercising extreme caution. Several conservative pundits reactivated their accounts immediately upon the news of the sale. With all due respect, my opinion of those people is that they are social media whores, anxious for followers to push their book sales and other items to peddle, but not exactly using high standards. Mr. Musk has a long way to go to fix an organization afflicted with insidious leftists in almost every job. The shadow banning, the lousy algorithms, the inability to gain followers, the invisible tactics that we never see that restrict conservative viewpoints – all of it will take months if not years to fix. I will not re-engage until we see massive evidence of change. That will mean turnover of hundreds of employees, a headquarters move and reinstatement of all conservatives banned for flimsy or fake reasons. We admit that Twitter remains the best place to tweak, troll and provoke leftist tools, and we do miss doing that – very much. Hoping to be back some day, but for now, NO.

GETTR: By far the best of the ‘post twitter’ options. We give big credit to Jason Miller and the many others involved in getting this platform off the ground. GETTR is immediately interactive in a way Twitter never was. It has been relatively easy to build a base of great followers and to follow others. We have found may of the great patriots we met on Twitter have come to GETTR. One can find all of the fun memes and humor found on Twitter. Personally, I have also challenged patriots to dump Twitter and come to GETTR while Twitter remains a leftist censorship zone. Not all have agreed.

It is astonishing what you can do when you have a lot of energy, ambition and plenty of ignorance.“ Alfred P Sloan

Truth Social: This was to be the great hope of conservatives, the one that would allow us to counter the Tech Giants, the one run by Devin Nunez, under Donald Trump’s guidance, influenced by his record of success. Well. So far, not so much. Still waiting for a DJT tweet. Still capped at 7500 in terms of who you can follow. Slows down randomly. DJT has been remarkably patient with Devin. We expect better, gentlemen.

“Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.” Henry Ford

GAB: the best place to go for memes and humor. Its anything goes on Gab, and I have seen some scary stuff on there that pushes the limits of good taste.

Parler: It was great until it wasn’t. When it debuted, it had potential. Twitter refugees went there in droves. Then Big Tech killed it. This whole episode should not be forgotten. Apple, Amazon and others were all in on it. There needs to be a reckoning. As it now stands, Parler is yesterday’s news and kind of clunky.

Take my assets – but leave me my organization and in five years I’ll have it all back. Alfred P Sloan

Clouthub: this is the platform on which you are most likely to get messages from sexy lonely women. It’s ok. Not great.

Telegram: I have not used it but I hear good things, similar to GETTR.

Frank Speech: Start up issues turned me away. They started promoting it before it was ready. I tried to get on and could not at first. Once I did get on, all I was able to access was Mike Lindell videos. All due respect to Mr My Pillow, but frankly, I wasn’t interested. Additionally, the word ‘frank’ isn’t a real appealing one for an app. Mark Levin’s moniker for a certain congressman, ‘Barney’s Frank’ comes to mind.

“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” Thomas Edison

Tik Tok: tried it before President Trump pointed out it’s obvious security flaws and Chinese ownership and data harvesting. It is an insidious app, designed to draw you in and waste your time. Don’t do it. This is one of several apps destroying the brains of Gen Z. It really is garbage.

Facebook: increasingly irrelevant and becoming the tool of choice for neighborhood Karens, snoopers, nosy co-workers and all purpose assholes. It is still the go-to to see pictures of what some dope you connected with in high school had for lunch. Facebook – a ghetto for the nosy, the stupid, and the easily manipulated. If you get your news from Facebook, you might be a dumbass.

Instagram: might be the best of the worst if all you want to do is share pictures. We take note that Facebook is trying to turn it into Tik Tok.

That’s my take fellow patriots – let’s hope Twitter get’s its act together so we can go back and provoke the woke. I am optimistic that Mr Musk can get it done. The take down of the Stalinist, Leftist Big Tech Cabal has begun.

BJP

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