QAnon has been kicked from Facebook. Now where is he going?

QAnon followers are scrambling for a new digital home after Facebook on Tuesday issued a blanket ban on movement pages, in what appears to be possibly the largest social media crackdown in the history of the pro-Trump conspiratorial movement.

Faced with a large-scale purge, QAnon followers dreaming of the day Donald Trump orders the mass arrests of his opponents are faced with a choice: flee to another more Trumpian social network, or try to hide on Facebook by dissociating their QAnon groups of the QAnon brand more and more toxic.

Facebook was of unique value to QAnon believers, according to Travis View, a QAnon researcher and co-host of the QAnon Anonymous podcast, as it offered a huge pool of potential followers, as well as a “group” function. for QAnon believers to radicalize one. another.

For years on Facebook, QAnon followers were more or less free to talk about their bizarre beliefs, ranging from the theory that Donald Trump is engaged in a dark war against a cabal of satanic pedophile-cannibals in the media and the Party Democrat on conviction. that Trump will soon order the mass arrests and executions of his enemies.

“There were millions of total subscribers in hundreds of QAnon Facebook groups,” View told The Daily Beast. “It was a huge place, a huge recruiting ground, even, for less tech-savvy QAnon followers.

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