This changes everything.
According to an explosive report from Blomberg, it has just been revealed that the free-speech social media platform “Parler” has successfully found a new server host after Amazon deleted their website. As a result, the CEO is confident it will make a triumphant return.
Parler Making Its Way Back
The report confirms that a new web security service company based out of Russia has just agreed to let Parler use their services to push free speech. The news comes just as Amazon deleted the website from the network:
The report states:
“[Parler] is now relying on a hosting service from DDoS-Guard Corp., which is owned by two Russians, Evgenii Marchenko and Aleksei Likhachev, according to documents filed with Companies House, a U.K. agency that registers company information and makes it available to the public.”
The Chief Executive Officer of Parler, John Matze, responded to the great news saying that it means the web platform will soon be back:
“Our return is inevitable due to hard work, and persistence against all odds. Despite the threats and harassment not one Parler employee has quit. We are becoming closer and stronger as a team.”
Part of the website now works. And it means that Conservatives might soon have a web platform to use as liberal networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Apple continue their persecution of the truth.
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