Former President Donald Trump is reportedly working on a new social media platform, according to his spokesman, a way to overcome the bans imposed by Twitter and Facebook.
If that’s the case, then Florida’s chief financial regulator wants Trump to launch that start-up in the Sunshine State, according to a letter Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis wrote Trump on Thursday.
“Being a former businessman, I have always been impressed with job creators, like yourself, whose labor grow jobs and opportunities for thousands of families. With recent reports that you are pursuing the development of your own digital media platform, I want to do everything possible to ensure this new venture happens in Florida,” Patronis wrote.
Patronis said his own experience as a business owner gave him insight into the “effort it takes to hire staff, build infrastructure and utilize technology to ensure customers get a great product at a good price, in the most efficient manner possible.”
To that end, Patronis offered the 45th president his expertise as a member of the board of Enterprise Florida, the state’s main economic development agency, and as a former member of the state Public Service Commission, which allows him to guide Trump on “access to power that’s critical for supporting technology infrastructure.”
“Many Floridians are thrilled and excited over the prospect of you pursuing your own digital platform,” the CFO added.
“The fact is Big Tech went after you like never before. These tech firms are not being honest brokers in how they deal with the public – they’re using their power to shut down conservative voices. It’s not fair.”
“The idea of you launching a platform to provide conservative voices with a safe space to speak their minds is exactly what our nation needs.”
Many conservatives may cringe at the use of liberal language like “safe space,” but as the Cancel Culture grows and grows more intense – to the point that the left has begun to eat its own – the tech landscape is ripe for a right-wing alternative to Silicon Valley.
Patronis added, “The fact is you’re blessed with a Midas touch, and if you are starting a new tech business, inevitably there will be competition to go after the golden-goose, and Florida can’t rest on its laurels.”
“I know you clearly love Florida enough to have left New York, but I also know that at the end of the day, you’re focused on the financials of your enterprise. Moreover, with California doing everything possible to shut down their businesses, Mar-a-Lago could become the epicenter of Florida’s technology renaissance.”
He then concluded, “Between Florida’s colleges and universities, our infrastructure, private sector partners, and business development entities, Florida has what it takes for your new venture to succeed in the Sunshine State.”
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