Parler billed itself as the free-speech, conservative-friendly alternative to Twitter. The problem is, most conservatives find Twitter better at amplifying their views and voices.
Will Sommer is a tech reporter for The Daily Beast. He previously worked as a campaign editor at The Hill, and as a political columnist for Washington City Paper.
Spoiler alert: He will not win.
A mysterious post on social media has convinced right-wing groups that antifa activists are planning to slaughter whites and burn down the suburbs.
The QAnon world has long worshipped Trump’s former national security adviser. Now, after years of ignoring the chatter, he’s giving them some big winks and nods.
The crackdown also includes white nationalist group American Renaissance, ex-Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke, and NPI/Radix, an organization founded by Spencer.
Derek Hunter says he wasn’t paid by the disgraced lobbyist to plug his bitcoin project. But the SEC cites his article, among others, in their complaint.
Winnie Heartstrong has put out a 23-page document laying out a series of incoherent conspiracy theories about Floyd’s death. She’s likely to be the party’s nominee.
The Comet Ping Pong conspiracy theory has been widely discredited, but it lives on with Gen Z.
The sources for the alleged threat are a bunch of random tweets, some of which make no sense chronologically. But it became a thing nonetheless.
The president promoted Boaters for a Brighter Future on his Twitter feed. The group is, shall we say, unusual.