Trump fans flock to conservative-friendly social media apps as they reject US election results

Trump fans flock to conservative-friendly social media apps as they reject US election results

Trump supporters at a rally in front of Dallas City Hall on November 14, 2020. Photo: TNSTrump supporters at a rally in front of Dallas City Hall on November 14, 2020. Photo: TNS

Trump supporters at a rally in front of Dallas City Hall on November 14, 2020. Photo: TNS

  • Apps such as Parler, Newsmax and Rumble have refrained from filtering out unsubstantiated claims by Trump
  • The alternative sites have become ‘filter bubbles’ for conservatives, and their hands-off approach could allow for incitation to violence, one expert says

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US Presidential Election 2020

Agence France-Presse

Updated: 3:50pm, 15 Nov, 2020

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