A UFO conspiracy theorist was overjoyed to become 'the first UFO researcher' to be verified on Donald Trump's social media website 'Truth Social.'
Scott C Waring has been sharing his outlandish theories on extraterrestrial life on Twitter and his blog, UFO Sightings Daily for over a decade with everything from pink aliens on mars to black cube flying objects.
While some of his claims have been disputed, Waring has managed to get verified on Truth Social which was launched by the former US president, and aims to have an "open, free, and honest global conversation without discriminating against political ideology."
Waring wrote: "I got verified today on President Trump's app Truth Social. If you didn't know, I have been on Twitter @scottcwaring since 2009 and have tried over a dozen times to get verified.
"But because I supported Trump back when he was president, Twitter ignored my requests. If you didn't know…I'm a USAF vet living and working as a teacher in Taiwan.
"At the time Trump was president, the Chinese sent many ships and aircraft our way into our borders. Trump sent many ships including aircraft carriers and even a few nuclear submarines loaded with ballistic nuclear missiles.
"I thanked Trump for the kindness he did to the Taiwan people. But on Twitter, that is the fastest way to get blackballed. I get it, but I decided to go check out Truth Social.
"As it turns out, it's pretty cool if you want to talk politics or any viral topic like the Will Smith slap. So, if you ever get on Truth Social, stop in and say hey to a friend. But I will still be on Twitter so maybe see you there too.
"Hmmm…I'm pretty sure I'm the first UFO researcher in the world to get verified on Truth Social."
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Waring has made no secret of his political affiliations after he slammed Twitter after he claimed they didn't give him a statement blue tick 'because he supports Trump.'
There is no way to know if Mr Waring's claim is true or not, as Twitter doesn't give a reason for rejection when using its application process for verification.
The process itself allows you to choose what industry you're part of, before asking for identification – passport, household bill etc – and then it requests three links to prove you are who you say you are.
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