The Fox News host claimed without evidence that the conspiracy theory is a hoax made up by the liberal media.
The person selling access to the service claims it has data on 500 million Facebook users.
Once he leaves the White House, experts warn the QAnon movement could become even more dangerous.
Ali Alexander denies that he was agreeing with advocates for violent social collapse, saying the statement was made in the "context of technology."
The military is already investigating the role service members played in the Capitol insurrection. Now, neo-Nazis are trying to recruit them.
Online neo-Nazis are ecstatic with the violence taking place on Capitol Hill, many believing this to be the moment to kick off a "race war."
In recent months, Telegram has come under increasing pressure to take care of the neo-Nazi terrorism problem that is festering on the platform.
President Trump’s refusal to accept the election results has become the oxygen of the neo-Nazi world of "Terrorgram."
Using tech and social media, a new pro-democracy movement is faster and more creative, making it hard for authorities to catch up.
A screen-grabbed image of the weapon has been shared on private Telegram groups.