The president of conservative pro-family group Faith2Action last weekend announced the pre-launch of ReaganBook, a social networking site described as “the Facebook for patriots,” according to Right Wing Watch.
Porter lamented that “while tomorrow Facebook employees are gathering to go march at the gay pride parade in San Francisco,” they are censoring people with “unpopular opinions.”
She then described ReaganBook as a social network that tears down walls like President Reagan.
“We’re tearing down walls of tyranny and censorship,” she said.
ReaganBook, now at 36 members, welcomes all individuals to “connect and share freely.”
The site says it will not “scan, mine or sell user content.”
“We stand by what Ronald Reagan said, ‘Government has no power except those voluntarily granted to it by we the people,'” the site reads. “The same holds true for your social media: don’t grant your social media any power to collect, sell, exploit, and divulge your private information.”
Watch Porter’s announcement via Right Wing Watch: