According to Parler, Amazon kicked Parler off its Webhosting service so they could stop President Trump from joining.
The social media platform Parler is arguing in its case against Amazon that the tech giant forced Parler off line because President Trump was poised to joined after being banned from Twitter.
Parler attorney David Groesbeck argued Thursday in court that the conservative-lean learning site would have been a logical place for the president to go since he was unable to access his Twitter account, according to Politico.
Twitter suspended, then permanently banned Trump from posting after the Jan. 6 siege on the U.S. Capitol Building.
In the aftermath, Amazon Web Services’ decided to stop hosting Parler, which resulted in the suit.
“I believe AWS’s decision to terminate service to Parler was based, not on expressed concerns about Parler’s compliance with the AWS Agreement, but in part on a desire to deny President Trump a platform on any large social-media service,” Parler CEO John Matze said.
This shows that this likely was deeper than just Parler.
It seems that Big Tech is scared to death about giving President Trump a platform.
They only want one narrative getting out. They don’t want the truth.
This is a very scary precedent.
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