Trump to Make “Significant” Announcement Regarding First Amendment on Wednesday

by Bailee Hill

President Trump is expected to make an important announcement regarding First Amendment rights in New Jersey on Wednesday morning.

“President Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America, will make a significant announcement about his efforts to protect Americans’ First Amendment rights in Bedminster, NJ, on Wednesday, July 7, 2021, at 11:00 AM EDT,” the Office of the 45th President said in a statement on Saturday.

Chairwoman of the America First Policy Institute Linda McMahon, and the CEO/president of the institute Brooke Rollins, are expected to join him at a press conference that RSBN will broadcast.

Make sure to tune in to our livestream on Wednesday morning at 11 a.m. EST on the RSBN mobile app or Rumble!

Although the president hasn’t hinted at what he will be revealing, Trump’s remarks will come just days after his former adviser Jason Miller launched a new, Twitter-like social media platform coined “GETTR” to help preserve free speech on the web.

His former aide launched the platform over the Fourth of July weekend to lead the way in “fighting cancel culture, promoting common sense, defending free speech, challenging social media monopolies, and creating a true marketplace of ideas.”

The “cutting-edge” platform’s sign-up page states that users will be allowed to engage in trending topics, like and share different posts, scroll through the newsfeed, and become verified.

The platform’s launch comes just months after Trump was permanently banned from Twitter and temporarily banned from Facebook for two years – a move that critics highlight as an effort by the far-left to silence conservatives on the web.

Since Trump was silenced by Big Tech, conservatives began looking for a platform that supports free speech without censoring users for their political views. Trump’s GETTR app can be found in app stores for users worldwide.

Despite being heavily censored by Big Tech, President Trump continues to stand for First Amendment rights. Stay tuned for his major announcement on Wednesday!

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