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Parler Wasn’t Ready for Twexit

The social network launched a campaign it couldn’t support

Man at a desk with a laptop. Hands are out and he’s confused about what’s happening.
by @studioworkstock — licensed via Freepik

When Twitter fact-checked President Trump this past May, conservatives were furious. The action, coupled with the censoring of various right-leaning accounts, prompted social media platform Parler to launch an exit campaign.




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