A new social media site has been created for Tea Party members who believe they are being censored on Facebook.
If you want to claim President Obama was born in Kenya, fondly recall the good old days of the Bush administration and write about your love for assault weapons, TeaPartyCommunity.com says that it is a “safe haven for the conservative movement where we can share ideas and thoughts and express ourselves without fear of retribution.”
The social media's site's co-founder Ken Crow told FoxNews.com: “It’s a new home for conservatives and the Tea Party movement in America. It’s a social community just for them.”
“Most of us are subjected to censorship on Facebook. I’ve been suspended there as have many of my friends. You also absorb a lot of abuse from liberals.”
TeaPartyCommunity.com will officially launch on Saturday, February 2nd, but already claims more than 50,000 new members.
It's resemblance to Facebook is no mistake. You can “friend” people and “like” posts. You can also join pages and meet up with tea partiers in your state.
Crow said: “That was intentional, We didn’t want there to be a learning curve for the new members.”
Crow expects TeaPartyCommunity.com to become a political networking site: “This helps us begin the organizational process of the Tea Party movement. We’ve been a little too disorganized. It cost us the election in 2012. We’ve all agreed, never again."