Jason Miller CEO of Gettr Messages Leak reveal potential Questions about Chinese Owner.
By Trevor Brown
In a recent publication by Mother Jones new leaks emerge regarding the CEO of Gettr (A twitter Alternative). These leaks reveal potential malfeasance regarding a Chinese named Miles Guo.
The Leaked Audio from Mother Jones regarding the conversation between them goes as follows:
“Yeah, it’s not good,” Miller said in a WhatsApp text message to Guo, noting that he had recently spoken to Rogan’s producer in an effort to smooth things over. “…[H]opefully we won’t have anymore outbursts.”
“We don’t want to do any bad things to this guy [Rogan],” Guo, who speaks slightly fractured English, responded in an audio message. “We need to respect him. Just…explain to him what happened.”
“Keep it gentleman-style,” Guo stressed. “No fight back. We are friends. We need to respect him.”
“Exactly,” Miller replied by text. “I was very humble when I spoke with his producer yesterday.”
“That’s why I love you. You’re a 100 percent gentlemen,”
Jason Miller Expresses some Anti-Free speech sentiments in Interview with Tim Pool
However, Considering the Chinese Billionaire is in exile from China and made a music video titled “Take Down the CCP (Chinese Communist Party). As well as having Misinformation campaign against him from the CCP. I think it is reasonable to assume Gettr is not Affiliated with the Chinese Communist Party.
The Real Problems with Gettr seem to be it’s similarities with Twitter and centralization.
In an interview with Tim Pool Jason Miller stated that Gettr uses Amazon Web-services. Which ranging from the Monopoly Silicon-Valley and it’s negative impact regarding Discourse in the Public Square. I find it rather odd that Jason Miller seems to be doing everything in his power to create another Parler Take-down.
Unlike every other social media platform which displays only the followers you have on the platform. Gettr shows both.
I have stated the merits of Gettr in a previous article. However, Gettr has virtually the same terms of service as Twitter.