Conservatives 'End Facebook, Google and Twitter Censoring' by Joining New Conservative USA.Life and 1776Free
Contact: Steven Andrew, USA.Life
SAN JOSE, Calif., May 15, 2018 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Conservatives have had enough of Facebook, Google and Twitter censorship. Now, there is a conservative Internet being built and people are "signing up fast for USA.Life
social network and 1776free
search engine," said Steven Andrew. He is the founder and becoming known as the conservative Silicon Valley technology expert.
"Individuals and businesses want to speak freely about traditional values, family and liberty. That is why people have a great feeling of hope when they hear about about www.USA.Life
," he said.
Andrew has received many early testimonials, including "USA.Life gives us privacy and freedom" from Jennifer in Concord, California. And this new conservative Internet "will save America," said Arthur in Kimberly, Idaho.
Most of the excitement comes from President Trump supporters, Christians, pro-lifers, Constitution lovers, gun rights advocates and traditional marriage supporters, who have seen "massive blocking and restrictions by left-wing Facebook, Google and Twitter," he said.
"You are safe at USA.Life and 1776Free, because we don't spy on you and we believe you should have privacy," Andrew said.
People can share photos, updates, news, videos and more using the USA.Life social network. "Members connect with the people important to them," he said.
He gives a video overview, details, provides an assessment of the risks and answers frequently asked questions at www.USA.Life
With 1776Free, you get conservative "search results that are hid by Google". The video reminds people of Google Home censoring "Jesus."
Andrew began a crowdfunding page
to fund the new social network and search engine. "We will launch this summer if we get our crowdfunding now," Andrew said.
"Freedom and privacy could be lost forever without USA.Life and 1776Free. However, we can have a new Internet if people chip in today. If conservatives want to enjoy freedom, it is at USA.Life and 1776Free," he said.
Andrew has led large scale business initiatives and provided strategy for Cisco, Better Homes and Gardens, Stanford, Sega and others.
He wants this technology to make "users safe, strong and blessed" and to end the division by "uniting the USA." However, people from anywhere are able to join.