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Donald Trump Jr.’s Conservative Facebook Alternative Could Become Reality: 'I Am Answering That Call to Action, Sir’

Donald Trump Jr. called on supporters of his father last week to build a conservative Facebook-like social network for President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign that would have “No more bias! No more BS!”

A Trump supporter is answering his call.

“Your father answered our call to Make America Great Again,” conservative Steven Vulich, founder and CEO of the InfinitySN network, stated in a press release Tuesday. “Now it's our time to answer your call for a truly unbiased social media platform."

Infinity Social Network “fully supports Freedom of Speech and Expression to the fullest extent of the law,” its press release stated, and soon will be available to “anyone looking for a truly unbiased social network that is owned and operated by a Conservative."

Vulich’s announcement Tuesday, as well as a Facebook live event he held Friday on the new network, came after Trump Jr. said he would encourage Trump supporters to ditch Facebook for a conservative or unbiased social network, and that he wanted someone in the tech industry to launch it in time for Trump’s campaign.

“I'd love to do it. But what I would prefer is, take one of the two Silicon Valley conservatives and let them start it,” Trump Jr. said last Thursday. “And then I'd help promote the platform and be all over that."

He later tweeted: “I’m not looking for an echo chamber, I’m just looking for a level playing field. No more bias! No more BS!”

Vulich on Tuesday stated: "I am answering that call to action, sir. Just as I have served my country honorably, I will continue to do so with this social network.”

The InfinitySN owner, a military and police veteran, stated he has paid very close attention to social media and expressed views on it similar to Trump Jr. and Trump.

“I must say it is extremely disturbing that there are CEOs of other platforms that shadow ban, suppress our right to Free Speech and cause unnecessary fear of being censored while creating a post,” Vulich stated.

InfinitySN was created prior to Trump Jr.’s call. A Facebook post showed its beta version launched in April. But the site as of Tuesday was “under maintenance mode.” “We will be up and running soon…. We are just doing some nerdy stuff to our website to make it even better. Sorry for the inconvenience,” read a note written on the website.

Trump Jr. and Trump have repeatedly slammed Facebook and other social networks, alleging they stifle the views of conservative users.

“I am looking forward to meeting with Mr. Trump very soon to discuss the future of InfinitySN," Vulich stated.

Donald Trump Jr., conservative facebook Donald Trump Jr. leaves the Senate Intelligence Committee on December 13, 2017, in Washington, D.C. Trump Jr. has called for a conservative or "unbiased" social media alternative to be created. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

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