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Why I Stayed on Parler

I realize I’m in the minority, on many different levels

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When most of my friends and colleagues hear I’m on Parler, I get that look. No matter their political beliefs, they wonder why I’d label myself as part of a “far-right platform,” especially during a heated election cycle. The reasons are simple: less noise, no data mining, and no powers-that-be force-feeding me updates I don’t want.




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