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7 thoughts on “Judge says Amazon won’t have to restore Parler web service

  1. Good, and this should happen to any platform supporting extremist views. If antifa plans on storming the Capitol and murdering politicians, I hope they’ll ban them too. Anyone on either side who thinks violence is the answer should be silenced by social networks.

    1. Any opposing view to the left is deemed “extremist”. This is soft communism.

      The left straight up funded BLM/Antifa riots last summer. Not only through direct funding for organizing and transportation, but also through funding bail for the rioters.

  2. Gee, why am I not surprised that this was a Democratic appointed judge. Antifa just calls for overthrow of government and killing of police and state and local officials so that makes it okay I guess for Amazon/Twitter and the other platforms as long as they aren’t federal politicians.

    1. Oh, Rhea. Not again with the “whatabout Antifa” nonsense. When did Antifa attack the Capitol and kill a police officer who was defending the Vice President, Speaker of the House, and the rest of Congress?


      It was Parler users who called for “overthrow of government and killing of police and state and local officials”. And they actually killed a police officer while attempting to overthrow the government on Jan. 6.

    2. And then there was the armed “militia” invading the Michigan Capitol and threatening their governor. Also not “Antifa”.

  3. The left’s ideology is now exposed for the World to see. The World will see the negative macro effects of such policies over the next 4 years. Enlightenment.

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