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1.New Right Wing Social Media

A new social media platform that keeps censorship to a bare minimum has taken off in the wake of … this will be the second “mass migration” of right-wing users from Facebook and Twitter …

2.New Right Wing Social Media

The right wing has its own social network now. Topics: big-tech-companies , conservative , Donald Trump , Facebook , Politics , Social Media , Tech Masthead

3.New Right Wing Social Media

A parody account for Rep. Devin Nunes on the website Parler. (Screengrab via Parler) Trump has often complained about social media companies that restrict or flag his posts, but he rarely stays off Twitter for even a whole day; he began posting on Monday at 6:10 a.m. and as of 2:30 p.m. had sent out 13 messages, for a total since he opened his account in May 2009 of 49,857.

4.New Right Wing Social Media

Right-wing social media influencers, conservative media outlets and other GOP supporters dominate online discussions around two of the election’s hottest issues, the Black Lives Matter movement …

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The growth of right-wing content on the platform has enraged liberals, who accuse the social media giant of kowtowing to the right out of fear of being painted as biased toward the left.

6.New Right Wing Social Media

Facebook has become the home of right-wing America, … Kevin Roose, a reporter with the New York Times … it leads back to the age-old question of whether social media is a net positive or a net …

7.New Right Wing Social Media

Parler, a social media site marketing itself as an “unbiased” alternative to Twitter, promises users “the right to express your thoughts, opinions and ideals online.” But there’s a catch: If Parler gets sued over something you post online, the company could make you pay its legal fees.

8.New Right Wing Social Media

Inside the right-wing … That’s more than the main pages of ABC News, NBC News, The New … and American politics, has changed in the past four years, the basic laws of social media …

9.New Right Wing Social Media

Right-wing platforms provide refuge to digital outcasts — and Alex Jones The removal of Jones was just the biggest and latest in a long series of bans that have pushed extremists into lesser …

10.New Right Wing Social Media

Glenn Beck’s The Blaze used to be one of the huge right-wing sites, but it’s taken a sizable popularity hit, thanks in part to its anti-Trump position, and now sits outside of the top 10. They recently merged with Mark Levin’s CRTV, forming Blaze Media, in hopes of regaining lost glory.

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1.New York Times columnist blasted for claiming accurate stories are ‘right-wing misinformation’

New York Times tech columnist Kevin Roose was roasted on social media Tuesday for claiming that “Facebook is absolutely teeming with right-wing misinformation” when four stories he used as examples turned out to be accurate and widely reported.

Published Date: 2020-11-10T20:07:00.0000000Z

2.Liberal Chinese Americans Are Fighting Right-Wing WeChat Disinformation

Liberal Chinese Americans Are Fighting Rig… The 2016 U.S. presidential election brought attention to right-wing Chinese Americans effectively using WeChat to spread strident and divisive messages, conspiracy theories,

Published Date: 2020-11-13T18:54:00.0000000Z

3.After Biden Win, Right-Wing Sites Still Push False Vote-Fraud Claims

Biden Jr. had won the 2020 presidential election. Since then a number of right-wing websites have refused to accept Mr. Biden’s victory, backing baseless accusations by President Trump and his allies of a stolen election,

Published Date: 2020-11-12T02:23:00.0000000Z

4.Five alarm fire: How right-wing media is encouraging Trump’s election denialism

Election Week has given way to two parallel Americas, one that’s reality-based and one that’s grievance-based.

Published Date: 2020-11-10T16:48:36.0000000Z

5.What is Parler? All you need to know about the right wing alternative to Twitter

A new social media platform that keeps censorship to a bare minimum has taken off in the wake of Donald Trump’s election loss.  So what is this thing? You’ve quite possibly never heard of Parler, the new app taking the free speech world by storm.

Published Date: 2020-11-12T13:43:00.0000000Z

BING based on video search results

1  Social Media: Trump’s Friend or Foe?
Social media sites have been accused of left-wing bias for demonetizing and banning users with right-leaning views. And yet these same sites were regarded as instrumental in Trump’s election as president. Former Florida Democratic Party chair Mitch Ceasar and former Nevada Republican Party chair Amy Tarkanian join RT America’s Scottie Nell …
Watch Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__kL-Cr-48E
2  QAnon conspiracy theory gains foothold in right-wing politics
The far-right conspiracy known as QAnon has gained traction on social media, and broke into the mainstream when Marjorie Taylor Greene, a known QAnon supporter won a Republican congressional primary runoff in the state of Georgia. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joins CBSN to discuss the significance.
Watch Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vBhZlVe8E0

Wikipedia based search results

1.Right-wing populism

Rightwing populism, also called national populism and rightwing nationalism, is a political ideology which combines rightwing politics and populist…

2.Left–right political spectrum

left–right political spectrum is a system of classifying political positions, ideologies and parties based on issues of social equality and social hierarchy…

3.Right-wing politics

Rightwing politics represents the view that certain social orders and hierarchies are inevitable, natural, normal, or desirable, typically supporting…

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