Twitter announced Monday that it had “permanently frozen” more than 70,000 accounts linked to “Kyu Annon,” the far-right movement that believes in a conspiracy theory and supports the outgoing president.
Advertise Twitter On Monday, he “permanently froze” more than 70,000 accounts linked to Q-Anon, the far-right movement that believes in the conspiracy theory and supports outgoing President Donald Trump, indicating that he removed these accounts to prevent their owners from using the platform to promote violence.
And Twitter said in a statement that “due to the violent events in Washington DC, and the increased risks of harm, we have started, as of Friday afternoon, a final suspension of thousands of accounts that were primarily dedicated to sharing Q-Anon content.”
He added that “since Friday, more than 70,000 accounts have been suspended, as a result of our efforts, and in many cases there was one individual managing several accounts.”
According to the statement, “These accounts were sharing, on a large scale, dangerous content associated with Q-Anon. It was fundamentally dedicated to spreading these conspiracy theories across the entire network. ”
Most of the main social networking sites have taken unprecedented measures since supporters of the Republican billionaire stormed the Capitol building on Wednesday afternoon, sowing terror, violence and devastation over several hours, in an event that shocked the country and tarnished its image worldwide.
On Friday, Twitter “permanently” suspended Trump’s account, citing the risk of “new incitement to violence” on the part of the outgoing US president, two days after the riots by a number of his supporters who swept through the Capitol building for several hours.
In his statement, Twitter warned of “plans spreading on Twitter and other places to organize armed demonstrations in the future, including a second attack on the Capitol building on January 17, 2021.”
Q. Annon considers that Trump is waging a covert war against a global liberal sect of devil worshipers and pedophiles.