Parler Becomes Most Downloaded App As Conservative-Driven Revolt From Twitter Intensifies, by Tyler Durden

71 million Americans ought to be able to find their own alternatives to the social media giants. From Tyler Durden at

Conservative politicians from President Trump to Senate members have railed against social media companies for their brazen censorship and de-platforming of conservative social media users. In recent weeks, Republicans on the Senate Commerce Committee grilled Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Google’s Sundar Pichai, and Twitter’s Jack Dorsey over their content-moderation practices.

Lately, Republican social media users, who have been censored or de-platformed, have embarked on a great migration to a new platform, that is, Parler, bills itself as a Twitter rival with “an unbiased social media focused on real user experiences and engagement.”

According to radio host Dan Bongino, who has an “ownership stake” in Parler  – the platform has “exploded” with new users:

“We’re adding thousands of users per minute, and we’re working out the glitches as a result.”

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