(RightIsRight.co) – This week, major tech companies banned together to push out their competition, including Parler, a social media site dedicated to free speech. However, Parler’s CEO John Matze believes his company is being treated unfairly and in “bad faith.”
On Tuesday, January 12, Matze spoke with The Epoch Times’ Crossroads program, detailing his treatment from major social networking companies. He declared the bar set for Parler is “higher than that of Facebook and Twitter.”
Through Amazon, Apple, and Google’s quick and coordinated attack on Parler, Matze says his brand was purposefully tarnished. He went on to call the attack “evil.” But, this still leaves the 20 million users of Parler before it went offline wondering what’s next for the well-loved site.
The Epoch Times shared its insight into the future of Parler:
Despite the uncertainty, he said he was optimistic “Parler will return, and when we do we will be stronger.” https://t.co/G3baC5vmsN
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) January 14, 2021
While Parler continues to seek a formal deal with a new web host, it will continue its fight within our court system for fairness and free speech. Hopefully, the American desire for freedom and justice will prevail in our courts and allow users to get back on Parler sooner than later.
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