The MAGAt version of Twitter and ironically named, Truth Social, launched Sunday evening. But like everything else TFG involves himself in, it didn’t go very well. MAGAts waiting for days to sign up and be a part of a social media platform that is “free from political discrimination,” 🙄 (as long as you kiss some orange ass), couldn’t sign up; they kept getting error messages or could not view other MAGAt posts.
After the app launched to beta testers last week, several users reportedly complained they were getting error messages similiar to the ones I did, or that they’d been placed on a wait-list.
Truth Social, from Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG), is expected to mark the former president’s return to social media after he was banned from Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube in the wake of the Capitol riots.
On Sunday, TMTG CEO Devin Nunes told Fox News that he expects Truth Social to fully operational by the end of March.
And, already the Orange Ass may have some legal issues: