Conservative social media site Parler has now been suspended by Amazon, Apple and Google.
Parler, a social media platform used by many conservative voices, went dark on Monday after Amazon banned the site from its cloud hosting service.
“Amazon suspended Parler from its Amazon Web Services (AWS) unit, for violating AWS’s terms of services by failing to effectively deal with a steady increase in violent content, according to an email by an AWS Trust and Safety team to Parler,” Reuters reported. “An Amazon spokesperson confirmed the letter was authentic.”
First, Democrats support government shutting down small business during #COVID19.
Now, Democrats support big business shutting down their competition.
We’d post this on Parler, but no one could see it.
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) January 11, 2021
Parler CEO John Matze told Fox News that the site will try to “get back online as quickly as possible.” But he added that the platform could be down for as long as one week.
Matze criticized Amazon, Google and Apple, saying that they coordinated to shut down conservatives. Following the suspension, Parler also sued Amazon.
This was not the first time technocrats have attempted to silence conservative voices. Last week, Twitter permanently suspended President Trump from their platform. And before the election, Twitter and other social media companies suppressed stories that were critical of Joe Biden.
The leftist mob has continued to stifle free speech, fighting against ideas that don’t fit their liberal narrative. Conservative Americans must stand up for themselves and defend their freedom of speech. Otherwise, we are in danger of losing our First Amendment rights.