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Join the Movement at Parler.

#Twexit is a movement!

Millions of people have already left Twitter once and for all to speak free at Parler.

We are sick and tired of the biased content moderation, the de-facto censorship and the abusive data practices.

We want real discussion and a free flow of information, not information brownouts and curated content from editors and algorithms.

We want to debate and Parley, not be subject hate-fueled Twitter mobs pushing intolerant cancel culture.

It’s time to leave Twitter behind for good.

Join the #Twexit movement at Parler.

Updates

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Twitter Goes Full Orwell, Censors All Topics "Likely To Be Subject To Election Misinformation"

Twitter is pulling out all the stops, with just 7 days left until the 2020 election.

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Sharyl Attkisson: Special Interests Behind ‘Dangerous’ Social Media Fact Checks

Investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson said fact checks and information curation by big tech companies are “dangerous” as they are part of broader efforts by special interest groups to control and censor information that people see.

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Twitter Refuses To Unlock NYPost Account Unless Paper Deletes Tweets About Hunter Biden

By immediately condemning the Hunter Biden emails and photos published by the New York Post as the work of Russian hackers colluding with Rudy Giuliani, the MSM destroyed any credibility it might have had.

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Worst Week Ever for Technoauthoritarian Suppression of Information
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  • Source: Twexit
  • 10/15/2020

Parler, the people-driven free speech platform, is tallying the litany of examples occurring this week in which tech publishers flexed their content curation muscles to restrict or suppress the free flow of information in the run-up to the 2020 election. The information brownout is now well under way.

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Big Tech Is Making Us Worse And It’s Making Them Richer

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Senior Editor Christopher Bedford joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to break down big tech’s rising power and their recent attacks on the New York Post’s article detailing Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings.

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