Trump’s QAnon posts highlight Truth Social’s extremist presence

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Washington (AFP) – Donald Trump promised his Truth Social platform would offer a home for free speech, an unfiltered way to reach people. Six months later, the former US president’s amplification of conspiratorial memes and messages after the FBI searched his Mar-a-Lago estate indicates that extremist content has flourished. Still, with midterm elections looming, an AFP analysis shows his new bullhorn may be far less politically relevant than his past pronouncements on Twitter and Facebook. “His reach is much smaller,” said Mike Rothschild, the author of a book on the QAnon conspiracy theory. …

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