Findit, Inc., (OTC PINK:FDIT) a Nevada corporation explains the benefits to Presidential Candidates and Voters to utilize Findit to reach one another. Findit.com provides a full service social networking content management platform that offers services to members who want assistance with their content creation as well as an open platform for people to post status updates.
One important group that ought to take advantage of Findit that hasn’t yet is each of the candidates running for President and other positions in government. There are so many registered voters and people who are not registered that would be able to see the Presidential candidates posts on Findit without having to join the site. While Twitter, Facebook and Instagram have a large number of voters on their platforms, plenty of these voters do not always see what these candidates post because they are not following them. Moreover, there are millions of people who simply do not have a Twitter or Facebook or Instagram account.
With Findit, the posts these Presidential candidates can do through Findit can then be shared to their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram from the App and to even more sites from the website. These posts done on Findit are accessible to anyone who visits these sites, including those who visit Findit and do not have an account. While the media screams for solutions to the algorithms of these other popular social media sites, Findit is the solution to this issue. Once several candidates join and let people know they can view all of their posts and policies on Findit without joining, their message will reach more voters.
Peter Tosto stated, “While Twitter continues to lock out members, ban others and have President Trump speak out against them, Findit provides a solution to what Trump dislikes about Twitter – an open platform that welcomes freedom of speech. It would be great for voters to have access to what the candidates are posting on social media, however, the problem is, lots of voters are not on Twitter. If these candidates started using Findit, anyone could see their posts because no one is required to login to see the posts. I have already reached out to Dan Scavino and other people close to the President via other social sites and to date they have not reached back or joined Findit. While complaining may help, Findit provides the solution. Let’s face it, if the Presidential Candidates want to reach more people that would be on Findit. “
About Findit, Inc.
Findit, Inc., owns Findit.com which is a Social Media Content Management Platform that provides an interactive search engine for all content posted in Findit to appear in Findit search. The site is an open platform that provides access to Google, Yahoo, Bing and other search engines access to its content posted to Findit so it can be indexed in these search engines as well. Findit provides Members the ability to post, share and manage their content. Once they have posted in Findit, we ensure the content gets indexed in Findit Search results. Findit provides an option for anyone to submit URLs that they want indexed in Findit search result, along with posting status updates through Findit Right Now. Status Updates posted in Findit can be crawled by outside search engines which can result in additional organic indexing. All posts on Findit can be shared to other social and bookmarking sites by members and non-members. Findit provides Real Estate Agents the ability to create their own Findit Site where they can pull in their listing and others through their IDX account. Findit, Inc., is focused on the development of monetized Internet-based web products that can provide an increase in brand awareness of our members. Findit, Inc., trades under the stock symbol FDIT on the OTCPinksheets.
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U.S. Marine Veteran and Trump Volunteer Launches Iconic Combat Style T-shirt
According the most recent U.S. Census, there are 18.2 million veterans in the United States, representing about .4 percent of the United States overall population. However, this number may represent 18.2% of the households in America.
“I wanted to spark a conversation with veterans who were either apathetic, not registered to vote, confused by the media narratives that maligned our duly elected Commander-In-Chief, single issue voters, Never Trumpers, or are on the side that favors socialism and communism over the Constitution we swore an oath to defend,” says Andy Valadez, U.S. Marine Veteran (Desert Shield/Desert Storm), “I know many in the veteran community are supporting President Trump, but a lot don’t seem to understand the stakes. It is no longer about politics, but liberty vs. enslavement by those who want to take away the right to bear arms, the freedom of speech and religion, heavy handedness that comes with tyrannical rulers, and politicians that ignore veteran issues that need to be addressed. So, I started Texas Veterans for Trump and transitioned it to US Veterans for Trump (a for-profit start-up).”
Commander-In-Chief U.S. Veterans T-shirt Feature:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VJsEvYicbI (:51 seconds)
Charlie Alpha Consulting, the operating company based in Texas, sought a veteran-owned company to design, manufacture and handle order-fulfillment for the iconic, combat style, 50/50 blend, Commander-In-Chief, DOD Olive Drab (color) t-shirt that features the campaign slogan “Keep America Great” in gold on the front, and a Red, White and Blue silhouette of President Trump on the back, with a saluting soldier inset.
“I am not a veteran, but come from a veteran and law enforcement family,” says Don Stinson of Trinity Branding, “So, when I was approached to assist in this project I knew who to call to assist. A veteran-owned and lead American manufacturing company whose silent partner is a U.S. Navy SEAL veteran.”
The alliances launched their pre-orders in late October and are currently filling already placed orders for their customers to be received before Veterans Day!
“I am hoping for a Presidential tweet,” says Andy, a 2016 and 2020 Volunteer on the Trump Campaign, “We want to rally veterans for America. It’s about the future of America and veterans get a cool t-shirt that says it all – KEEP AMERICA GREAT!”
Some of the proceeds from the sales of this endeavor will benefit Wheelchairs for Warriors (www.WheelchairsForWarriors.com) and other veterans’ causes.
For more information visit: www.USVeteransForTrump.com
Kathy Griffin Wants To See A Female President In Her Lifetime
During a build series interview on July 18, 2019 which was to promote her new documentary, Kathy Griffin: A Hell Of A Story, Griffin did not shy away from providing her own opinion on who she wants to win the presidential nomination.
In the interview, she states:
“I want a female president before I die, OK? I don’t care if I’m on life support with a freaking tracheotomy and a feeding tube. I want a female president so I’m just so torn between Kamala [Harris] and Elizabeth [Warren]. I wish there could just be like a double presidency without a VP. I just think they’re both amazing.” She goes on to say, “ I also love [Amy] Klobuchar and I love [Kirsten] Gillibrand.
She goes on to express her opinions on some of the male candidates running and took aim at Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden.
“It makes me sad…that Bernie and Joe are polling so much higher than these women and I know that dog whistle,” she said. “It’s even women who are afraid to vote for women.”
First Lady Melania Trump Criticized For Leaving Sunglasses On During D-Day Ceremony
During the 75th D-Day Ceremony Event that took place yesterday, First Lady Melania Trump kept her designer sunglasses on and many on Twitter have come to critique the act.
D-Day was the largest seaborne invasion in history and as many as 4,400 soldiers died from the combined forces. Many on Twitter felt that it was “unbecoming”, “tasteless” and that “[she] was not brought up well].
Others swooped in to the First Lady’s defense. One person on Twitter, Frances Driggers (@Francey52) stated: “This is so petty, I would have done the same thing and never thought I was being disrespectful…FOR CRYING OUT LOUD!
Many Veterans were also seen wearing sunglasses throughout the event. Was it truly disrespectul or was this another way to attack the First Lady?