The censorship of Big Tech is becoming more and more evident and now Google has eliminated the social network Parler from its application store arguing that it will not allow its circulation until the platform ‘moderates’ the content of its users.
In a statement, Google argued its restrictions to the platform, alleging that its publications were inciting violence in the United States after the riots in Washington on Jan. 6 even though most of the protests around the country were peaceful.
On Friday night, Parler CEO John Matze spoke out against Google’s decision, calling the technology giant’s handling of the situation “horrible.”
“Guess they arnt [sic] really concerned about the ‘violence’ that is against our rules anyway,” Matze said, “If they actually cared, they would try to help. Not dump the app and send a break up public statement. What a horrible way to handle this,” he added.
Similarly, Apple announced that it plans to ban the app from its app store if it does not comply with the moderation rules within the next 24 hours.
According to The Gateway Pundit, both Facebook and Twitter, TikTok and Instagram were used by militants of the leftist activist group Black Lives Matter to plan domestic terrorist attacks across the United States last year.
Several Democratic politicians also demonstrated their support for the riots caused by radical leftist groups without facing any sanctions from Big Tech.
Google diverted some 2.6 million votes to the Democrats in 2016. According to researcher Dr. Robert Epstein, during the 2016 election campaign, Google offered search results that manipulated voters to favor Democrat Hillary Clinton, according to Fox News.
The censorship imposed by Google comes just after it was revealed that President Donald Trump’s Twitter and Facebook accounts have been completely disabled. Parler’s restrictions also come just as President Trump has created an official account on the emerging platform.
Regarding censorship, Parler’s CEO said, “If free speech truly is the enemy and we must restrict and censor the voices of people to keep our country safe then our country is already lost.”
“It is clear that Facebook and Twitter believe that the end justifies the means. They believe that the American people are weak. They insult our founding fathers by suggesting that Zuckerburg and Dorsey know what is best for us,” Matze continued.
After President Trump’s Twitter account was suspended, President Trump announced in a White House statement that his supporters would not be silenced.
“We have been negotiating with various other sites, and will have a big announcement soon, while we also look at the possibilities of building out our own platform in the near future. We will not be SILENCED!” Trump said.