Facebook Blocks 70 Million From Conservative Content

After Facebook blocked more than 70 million people from Steven Andrew's conservative and President Trump messages, he decided to "save the internet" by beginning a powerful conservative social media network. It has an attractive name to unite the nation, USA.Life, and people are "signing up as soon as they hear the news," he said.

"USA.Life empowers conservatives with freedom and privacy," Andrew said.

Conservatives love finding out they have an answer to no longer be censored by Facebook and Twitter. The new social network hopes to launch this summer.

"USA.Life is safer than Facebook and Twitter, because we don't spy on people," he said.

Andrew is a leading Silicon Valley technology and Christian leader, who has led Fortune 500 quality initiatives for Cisco, Better Homes and Gardens, Stanford, Sega and others. He is building USA.Life so people are "safe, strong and blessed."

"Facebook censorship is massive, blocking more than 98 percent of my reach," he said. "That means 4.9 million people per month are missing. Facebook increased censorship after President Trump was elected."

Instead of communicating to 5 million people per month as in 2016, Facebook showed Andrew's posts to 97,685 people last month. Andrew has almost half a million followers.

"Facebook's blocking caused millions of fewer people to be encouraged with God and strengthen their life, a financial loss of donations likely in the millions of dollars and a reduction in communicating with millions of more people by email and website," he said.

Andrew says, "USA.Life is America's new hope and gives you a conservative internet." In comparison, he says, "Facebook is anti-American, since they censor conservatives following the founding fathers."

He invites people who want freedom to share life, liberty and happiness to get an account today at USA.Life. Signing up now gives special access to preferred usernames.

He is also launching 1776Free.com, which he explains is "America's new search engine giving conservative results hid by others."

Andrew began a crowdfunding page to fund the new social network and search engine.

"Freedom and privacy could be lost forever without USA.Life and 1776Free. However, we can have a conservative internet if 68,000 people give $10, or if 6,800 people give $100. If conservatives don't want to be censored, it is at USA.Life and 1776Free," he said.

Andrew gives a detailed overview, provides an assessment of the risks and answers frequently asked questions at USA.Life.

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