In a statement made by Twitter, it stated that suspended accounts shared “harmful content” associated with QAnon.
Twitter announced that it suspended more than 70,000 accounts in the US linked to the far-right conspiracy theories movement, QAnon.
In a statement made by Twitter, it was stated that suspended accounts shared “harmful content” associated with QAnon.
Known as the far-right conspiracy theories movement QAnon argues that US President Donald Trump is “fighting against devil-worshiping pedophiles.”
Social media platforms Facebook, Instagram and Twitter permanently suspended President Donald Trump’s account after the US Congress was raided by Trump supporters on January 6.
Trump supporters and some Republicans reacted to the closing of Trump’s social media accounts, Twitter shares lost more than 6 percent yesterday.