Fired Parler CEO: I Didn’t Like The Idea Of Working With Trump

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Former Parler CEO John Matze has admitted another huge thing.

First, he proved he was willing to concede on it being an actual Free Speech platform.

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Now, he is admitting this.

From Business Insider:

John Matze, the former CEO of Parler, said during an interview with “Axios on HBO” that he didn’t want the social-media platform to work with Donald Trump.

“I didn’t like the idea of working with Trump, because he might have bullied people inside the company to do what he wanted,” Matze said in the interview, which took place on Thursday and aired on Sunday.

“But I was worried that if we didn’t sign the deal, he might have been vengeful and told his followers to leave Parler,” Matze added.

So, the truth is finally out there.

The bottom line is that John Matze was caving on the Free Speech idea that he was saying in front of the cameras.

Making a deal with Trump would have been a huge boost for Parler. Yes, there are always concerns when making a business deal but the important thing had to be making sure Parler was as strong as it could be. A deal with Trump would have ensured that.

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