Twitter has ended up cleaning up its service from accounts related to the QAnon phenomenon. Since Friday, the service has provided the shoe with 70,000 accounts linked to a worldwide conspiracy theory, The Verge write.
Supporters of the QAnon movement were involved in the January 6 attack on the U.S. Congress. Shortly after the events, the Twitter account of the outgoing President of the United States, Donald Trump, was also closed as he was seen as inciting the protesters.
Meanwhile, some Republican MPs who criticized the U.S. presidential election were wondering on Twitter how their followers had plummeted. For example Matt Gaetz complained about this in his own account.
According to The Verge, similar drops were seen, for example Ted Cruzin, Josh Hawleyn mixed Marjorie Taylor Greenen followers.
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