Conservative alternative to Facebook

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Many people are looking for a conservative alternative to Facebook, because of Facebook censoring conservatives. Others have privacy concerns with Facebook and want a new solution to protect their personal data. There is a conservative social network, USA.Life, “people are switching to,” so “they are not censored for sharing life, liberty and happiness,” said Steven Andrew, the founder.

USA.Life is “the answer to Facebook censoring conservatives, Christians and liberty,” said Andrew. He saw how much the “massive censorship being done” affected people. As a result, he took the initiative to start the conservative alternative to Facebook and “save the USA.”

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He said, “People are signing up by the droves” to get their free accounts at www.USA.Life.

“The conservative social network members are filled with great enthusiasm,” said Andrew.

“We began in 2017 and want to launch during the summer of 2018,” he said. Although to make this goal, “we are looking for people who want to be part of this historic project and contribute $10 or more.” Those who give $1,000 or more to save the Internet will get their name, business or loved one’s name on the Founders Wall.

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Andrew set up a crowdfunding page with the details.

USA.Life is working to be “the number one social network” and boldly plans to “replace Facebook and Twitter,” he said.

Andrew is uniquely qualified to lead this new conservative social network, since he is a respected Christian and technology leader. He has run complex Internet initiatives before. In Silicon Valley, Andrew stands out since he believes like the founding fathers, compared to the “liberal anti-American leaders” at Facebook and Twitter.

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“Conservatives feel hope when they hear of the conservative Facebook replacement, knowing they can share photos, news, messages and videos without Facebook,” Andrew said. People anywhere can get accounts.

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