Early Monday morning, Amazon Web Services removed social networking platform Parler from its cloud servers. This comes just after Apple and Google removed the Parler app from their app stores over the weekend.
“You can’t find them on the internet anymore. They’re gone,” Glenn Beck said on his radio program Monday.
“This is something I warned you of four years ago … because a profound technological change is coming,” he continued. “I told you, at the time, high tech will need the government, and the government will need high tech. And they will work together to preserve their power and their position. This is what’s happening, today.”
Glenn said he believes the “far left” has been talking about breaking up companies like Parler for years, and that the Capitol riots provided the opportunity they needed.
“This is not the end of this. This is where the Left is starting,” he warned. “Those who persist in standing for freedom of speech, freedom of expression, freedom to assemble, freedom to keep and bear arms, those people will be targeted for deletion. You will be hounded, boycotted, fired, ostracized, and de-platformed. And the louder and the more significant and effective your voice is, the bigger the target is on your back.
“But, let me say this: I will never stop standing for freedom of speech, freedom of expression, freedom to assemble, freedom to keep and bear arms, and all of the rest of the Bill of Rights. That is the American thing to do.”
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‘I will NEVER stop standing for freedom of speech’: Glenn Beck reacts to Parler shutdown by Big Tech The British Journal Editors and Wire Services/ TheBlaze.