LOL. Washington Post reporter Taylor Lorenz says she has been suspended by Truth Social, former President Donald Trump’s new social media platform to compete with Twitter.

“I’m being silenced by big tech,” she tweeted:

And she says she didn’t do anything “bannable”:

Except, you know, dox the woman behind the  Libs of TikTok account:

Blue-checks are having a little fun over the ban. . .

. . .but maybe they should wait a little bit before dancing on Truth Social’s grave? The company just signed a deal with Rumble that *should* go a long ways to overcoming the company’s buggy launch:

And it’s not just conservatives saying this. Chris Anderson writes for the Sarasota Herald-Tribune that he’s worried that Rumble, located in Sarasota, Fla. and Truth Social, now also headquartered in Sarasota, Fla., are in talks to be part of the SPAC merger that would see Truth Social as a publicly-traded company.

Anderson summarized his opinion piece in this series of tweets:

“Rumble, a Canadian company, set up its U.S. headquarters on Longboat Key in Sarasota County in Nov. 2021. There’s been questions as to who was behind the move. Enterprise Florida – Gov. Ron DeSantis is chair of the economic entity – was an original Rumble-Sarasota go-between.”


“This is important. In Rumble, Trump now has a large reliable platform to replace Twitter and it’s a sure sign he’ll run in 2024. Trump’s media company and Rumble are also reported to be involved in SPAC mergers that could place a value on their companies between $1-2 billion.”


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