Trump’s social media site Getr is looking to expand its business by selling anti-vaxxers’ sperm.
As alt-right social media companies struggle to survive in a crowded ecosystem, pro-Trump platform Getter has been the subject of intense business discussion in recent weeks: Remaking its website to include a line on racial cleansing.
But not just any sperm. The proposal would see the company expand to include the semen market for men who have not received any vaccine against Covid-19.
Three sources familiar with the matter and a fourth briefed on the situation describe intense and repeated discussions about creating an online anti-vaccine market, where unvaccinated men would voluntarily sell their sperm to the highest bidder. Two of the sources went so far as to demand “testing requirements” to ensure that samples come from unvaccinated donors.
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Right-wing social media has raised concerns about the sale of unsafe sperm. Their biggest concern is that the sperm seller is secretly inoculating.
Interest in American politics has plummeted across the sector, meaning political media companies have had to reinvent themselves or change their businesses. However, it is difficult to imagine that there is a large market for unvaccinated sperm.
That was the idea. Guo Wengi, the Chinese fraudster arrested by Steve Bannon, floated.
If a website is so weak that they have to sell unvaccinated sperm to keep the lights on, it may be time to shut it down.
It seems things are getting a little desperate in some parts of the right wing media.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also a member of the White House Press Pool and Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform activities.
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Member of the Association of Professional Journalists and the American Political Science Association
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