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Public Advocate Joins Millions of Trump supporters flock to MeWe, Gab, and Rumble

Public Advocate Joins With Millions of Trump supporters flock to MeWe, Gab, and Rumble after Parler goes offline

Trump supporters flock to MeWe, Gab, and Rumble after Parler goes offline

And Public Advocate joins these millions of peaceful patriots online also.

Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio says "For 42 years Public Advocate plans and practices peaceful, permitted and peaceful news conferences and events in Washington, D.C."

Delgaudio continued "We embrace the crowd of peaceful Trump supporters who came to Washington. We join them online. We condemn the violent thugs who include leftists who attacked the Capitol building and assaulted police."

Delgaudio said: "The broad brush and hypocricy of the giant high tech CEOs and heavy handed response of Nancy Pelosi over this incident that is punishing Donald Trump and all of his 80 million supporters is absurd and hurtful to free speech and the rights of the millions who participate peacefully."

Today's PA joins millions:

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Fortune Reports:

Trump supporters are flocking to social media sites MeWe, Gab, and Rumble amid a crackdown by Big Tech on violent posts.

Gab, a service that claims to champion free speech, said it added 600,000 new users over the weekend. Meanwhile, MeWe, a similar service, said it has added 400,000 users every day since Saturday and now has more than 14 million members.

The gains follow Sunday's shut down of conservative social network Parler, which went offline after Amazon web hosting service dumped Parler as a customer because of violent posts and threats in wake of the Capitol riot. Shortly before, Apple and Google had banned Parler from their app stores.

Adding to the increased interest in alternative social media sites are bans by Twitter and Facebook on President Trump and other high-profile conservative personalities. After the Capitol riots, Twitter and Facebook both booted Trump from their services for inciting the violence.