In the race to nullify the relentless left leaning bias circulating throughout the social media with the intensity and purpose of a performance artist grifter insatiably pursuing another unjustified c-note, conservative platforms are continually launched amidst the digital stratosphere. These alternative interactive communities are built to serve as alternatives to the Venezuelan- Leninist- Stalinist- Castrotastic gargantuan infused personal information brain drain data dump billion dollar pillars of mind control and cultural engineering, resulting in an unfamiliar status marked by a precarious wilderness, hundreds of miles from the nearest outpost of civilization and the sobering concept of existing as the silent majority.
Yet the pioneers of the right-minded software and application development dutifully march on to fulfill a challenging endeavor in liberating the horrendously unbalanced hinterlands of the electronic construct from an insidious and dark core group propelled by pure group think. Facing overwhelming adversity, as the rules are dictated almost exclusively dictated by the Silicon Valley elite and enforced by innumerable sentient bots programmed to erase from existence in time measured on the Planck scale, the movement for internet sanity persists.
In the wake of conservative dignitaries being unceremoniously removed from certain establishments, or ceaselessly harassed during a dining experience by the insane minions spewing talking points and propaganda, a right of center of entrepreneur has created an app, or at least the framework for the smartphone environment to alleviate the madness. Apparently, developer Scott Wallace recently launched a smart program that automatically generates a list of nearby restaurants, bars, and businesses conducive to Trump supporters, reports Munchies.com, and while everybody is not guaranteed to know your name, the enterprising concept gives an individual hope that politics will not be served as the spicy main course.
63red Safe, is the latest in a series of counterbalancing technological creations allegedly catering to Republican and Libertarian ink and offering features that allows users to rate, comment and share reviews of dining, drinking, and customer service experiences, information that may be useful to similarly allied individuals. The concept is eloquent and powerfully innovative on paper, however the dubious reality exists that the tech world controls the basic hardware of the device where the app is hosted, and stringently moderates the uploads and downloads of mobile software on portals such as the Apple Store, and Google Play. The crucial questions is, can such platform withstand the hardcore bias and slanted community standards in remaining as a viable download, or will the digital delta squad guarantee a swift and painful death into the Faraday cage vacuum on perpetual non-existence?
Previous attempts by conservatives to establish social network oases and specified tools for consumers have been met with stiff resistance, as deliberate omissions from search engine results, or subtle alterations executed in compromising landing pages or download prompts. For ventures such as 63red Safe, the infuriating headaches presented by a continuous stream of minor issues can prove fatal, as the crucial threshold of initial users needed for operational integrity is never achieved.
Another obstacle facing the steady proliferation of right leaning electronic products is the aversion of potential customers in trusting new technology, and complete disdain for social networking tools in the aftermath of the F***book Cambridge Analytica scandal and the constant bombardment by the mainstream press in assigning substantial blame to the tech realm for the result of the 2016 election. As news emerged in 2018 that Zuckerberg implicitly ordered conservative trending content to be limited, a mass exodus of account holders forever proclaimed to never again partake in the contrived and two-faced world of social media.
While Wallace’s app has the potential to be an effective tool battling in hitting the mute button on indoctrination at least for a drink or a meal, the initial poor performance reviews of 63red Safe and lack of search results are less than encouraging, and the comparisons to the much maligned and evil Yelp platform do not raise confidence. Neither does a thorough and scathing tough love evaluation executed by the legitimate hacking community in exposing serious security and encryption issues in protecting end user data.
In the cutthroat world of device applications, when an individual makes a frenzied attempt to go live with a potentially viral software application, protocols for proper testing, implementation, and marketing strategies are often scrapped in exchange for timing, and the loser is almost always the consumer. A good idea suddenly transformed into a veritable detriment can be effective as Trojan horse, and instantaneously counterproductive and toxic to those who fight an uphill battle.
Read the Munchies story here.