"This is gonna be a platform like no other, it's kinda like a YouTube-Twitter combination," said Lindell on the video.
He went on to say that he has been working on the platform for four years and invested millions of dollars into it.
"I've spent millions of dollars making it the most secure, we're gonna be able to handle the capacity, your everything's gonna be the most secure, we're gonna be attacked, but I have my own servers and everything. We're not gonna be worried about Amazon taking it down, or YouTube or Google, or Apple," Lindell explained.
"And we're gonna get our voice of free speech out there!" he added.
Lindell asked for people interested in the platform to sign up for an exclusive VIP viewing of the service on Thursday at midnight. The full platform will launch on Monday morning in an event Lindell calls the "Frankathon."
The pro-Trump businessman has been banned from many social media platforms because of his many claims about the 2020 presidential election. He is also being sued for $1.2 billion by Dominion Voting Systems over his claims.
"You've never seen anything like it. You're gonna love it, you're gonna have your own YouTube channel, only that's your Twitter handle, or Twitter channel, so to speak. But I'm just so excited," Lindell continued on the Frank video.
"It's gonna be, all of the cancels of our First Amendment we're seeing going on right now, well guess what, it's coming back, you're not gonna have to worry about what you're saying," he said.
Lindell added that people won't be able to use the "four swear words" on his platform, and he said that people will be prohibited from taking the Lord's name in vain.
"Free speech is not pornography, free speech isn't, 'I'm gonna kill you!'" he explained.
Here's the video from Mike Lindell:
Mike Lindell says new social media will ban swearing and taking God's name in vainwww.youtube.com
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