Last week, social media firm and major competitor to Twitter, Parler, was kicked off of tech giant’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing service, due to the fact that the platform had become popular with supporters of Donald Trump, even though the president himself was not a user.
Amazon claimed it was because Parler had ‘dozens of posts that encouraged violence.’ Parler denied their claims.
As a result, Parler is suing Amazon and others on anti-trust grounds, asking a federal judge to order Amazon to reinstate it.
“AWS’s decision to effectively terminate Parler’s account is apparently motivated by political animus,” said Parler in its legal complaint.
“It is also apparently designed to reduce competition in the microblogging services market to the benefit of Twitter.”
In addition, a total of twenty of Parler’s vendors and contractors have abandoned their service commitments with the social media firm – pointing to an obvious coordinated racketeering operation behind the scenes designed to put them out of business and offline forever.
Parler CEO John Matze speaks with host Maria Bartiromo about the Silicon Valley cartel’s anti-competitive activity in an effort to eliminate free speech in America and globally. Watch:Parler CEO: ‘There’s Nothing Left’ After Silicon Valley Cartel’s Organized Racketeering