Former President Trump, GOPers, and conservative organizations are set to use the upcoming social media platform “Campaign Nucleus” developed by Trump’s former campaign manager Brad Parscale. Parscale created the platform in 2016 and has slowly been developing the platform over the years. The former campaign manager developed the app to protect conservatives against insidious cancel culture manage political campaigns and organizations as well as connect with constituents.
Fox News reports:
“Stop wasting time using big tech platforms to reach audiences,” the website says. “Talk to people directly.”
Campaign Nucleus allows users to send emails, text messages and statements to the media and press, and send mail via the U.S. Postal Service. The platform is also “re-imagining ‘social’ media.”
“Users connect with elected officials and candidates in self contained ecosystem,” the website says, noting that users can participate and hold town halls and chats.
Sources familiar with Campaign Nucleus said it is “uncancellable,” and has served as a platform for the former president to get his message out to journalists and supporters since he was permanently banned from most social media platforms in January after the Capitol riot.
Campaign Nucleus is reportedly 70% to 80% finished and is set to be completed and fully launched by the end of 2021