Infamous Trump adviser Jason Miller launches new social media site GETTR -- and it's already a laughingstock
Jason Miller appears on Fox News (screen grab)

Child support-evading Trump adviser Jason Miller has finally made good on his promise to launch a right-wing social media platform -- but it's already a laughingstock.

As Politico reports, Miller and his allies on Thursday announced the launch of "GETTR," a social media platform purportedly dedicated to "fighting cancel culture, promoting common sense, defending free speech, challenging social media monopolies, and creating a true marketplace of ideas."

It's unclear at the moment whether former President Donald Trump, who has been infamously banned by Facebook and Twitter for inciting the January 6th riots at the United States Capitol, is going to join the platform, which is also competing with right-wing Twitter alternatives such as Parler and Gab.

Reaction to news about GETTR on Twitter was swift and merciless, as many users took the opportunity to once again slam Miller for setting up a new social media venture while notoriously trying to get out of paying child support.

Additionally, as noted by anti-Trump conservative Christian Vanderbrouk, GETTR appears to have flat-out copied some users' old Twitter feeds, and some posts on the newly founded site date all the way back to 2012.

Check out some reactions below.