Lindell launches new social media platform called Frank Social

2CMR139 My Pillow CEO Michael Lindell waits to be introduced by U.S. President Donald Trump to address the daily coronavirus response briefing in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, U.S., March 30, 2020. REUTERS/Tom Brenner

Photo: Alamy

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has ventured into creating a free speech social media platform, which is now open to the public.

Lindell first announced the new platform last year to combat big tech censorship and held a rally to promote Frank Social in South Dakota, as previously reported.

The platform, a substitute for Facebook, is available on desktop, Apple Store, and Google Play.

Lindell also recently announced an upcoming film centering on “what’s inside” the voting machines used during the 2020 presidential election. The film by famed journalist Lara Logan will be released on July 16.

Promoting “Selection Code,” Lindell spoke with RSBN’s Liz Willis ahead of the Save America rally in Wyoming where President Trump showed the trailer, urging everyone it everywhere.

Lindell also teased his upcoming film during The Lindell Report, saying politicians who still claim there “was no election crime” should “sit behind those melted down prison bars made from those machines.”

Related posts

Trump puts ‘everything on the line’ in historic speech at Libertarian Convention

Trump commits to selecting a Libertarian in his 2025 cabinet, senior posts

Crowd goes CRAZY when Trump quotes Founding Father: ‘Give me LIBERTY or give me DEATH!’