Glenn Beck interview of Edwin Black.
This weekend I heard threats of Parler being closed down. I could hardly believe it was possible, but when I went to Parler today on my iPhone, I found an innocuous error message saying: "Networking Error. It seems that we are either over capacity or you are experiencing a poor network connection."
A check on the Internet for stories confirmed the threats. Apple, Google and Amazon had combined to close down the conservative website Parler. Amazon Networks is the biggest server provider in the United States and housed Parler's webpages. Other companies involved in the plot against Conservative voices are Marriott, Citibank, (See Tucker Carlson, January 11, 2021).
It's timer to find alternatives to buying from and using products from Apple, Google, and Amazon. Other companies were also involved in this illegal action. Parler is having difficulty finding another venue for its webpages.
The First Amendment does apply in to business or private industry. The First Amendment states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” A class action lawsuit maybe the best approach to dealing with these mega giants. Also, ask your Congressman to demand an investigation and anti-trust suits from the Department of Justice.
Look at this photo. These are not Trump supporters. These were organized rioters, likely paid and brought in to ruin a legitimate protest. How many were Antifa? Why is the media not investigating and identifying the rioters?
Federal prosecutors in the filing asked an Arizona judge to detain Jacob Chansley, an Arizona man who was pictured wearing face and body makeup and buffalo horns while standing at Vice President Mike Pence's desk in the Senate.
Chansley is set to appear in a federal court on Friday.The FBI, according to the DOJ, investigated Chansley, who reportedly left a note on the vice president's desk staying that "it's only a matter of time, justice is coming." Chansley is an environmental activist.
John Earle Sullivan told KUTV after the riot that he is the founder of Insurgence USA, and that he does not align with the president politically. He said that he founded Insurgence USA after the killing of George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Although he claimed to be at the Capitol building to record the event, he was heard in his video he shouted for more violence.