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Tucker Carlson dropped several bombshells on his show Tuesday night, chief among them was from a Revolver News report that the FBI more likely than not involved in organizing the Jan. 6 Capitol ‘insurrection,’ and were similarly involved in the kidnapping plot against Michigan Governor Gretchin Whitmer.

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Dark side shut down PARLER after U.S. Capitol SET UP?

On Jan. 10, just days after (the Main Stream Media tagged law breakers, without PROOF as) pro-Trump rioters (that) blitzed the U.S. Capitol, Amazon Web Services pulled the plug on the conservative social media site Parler.

Parler grew desperate. It had relied on Amazon's Web-hosting services to reach its burgeoning audience of more than 12 million. After Amazon cut it off, it was rejected by six other Web hosts. It seemed doomed to disappear from the Web.

Until SkySilk showed up.

The obscure Los Angeles-based, Web-hosting company extended a hand and brought Parler back online last month.

In his first interview since that moment, SkySilk CEO Kevin Matossian said he never intended to jump into the middle of the national debate over online speech. Instead, he said, he made a deal with Parler to spite tech giants such as Amazon (among others) , which abuse their might. (thru and by illegal Oboma Inc. Operating laws)

(1st Amendment of US Constitution,
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.
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"Is the power that is being wielded by Big Tech more dangerous than the hate and vitriol of certain places on the Internet?" he asked. "We took the position that big technology's overreach, this unchecked power, is equally frightening."

Amazon justified dumping Parler in January by saying the social media site represented a "very real risk to public safety" after finding it was allowing content that "encourages or incites violence against others" in the wake of the Capitol siege.

In a statement to NPR, Amy Peikoff, Parler's chief policy officer, said the site quickly became a pariah in technology circles when it went dark.

"Many of our vendors allowed themselves to be misled by the concerted disinformation campaign against Parler, and were intimidated or scared to do business with us, for fear of being blacklisted or doxxed," Peikoff said. "But SkySilk stood with us on principle."

Parler is still not operating at full capacity. Only people who had accounts before Jan. 10 can use it. But as Parler begins to grow again and lets new users set up accounts, attention will turn to how it enforces its new content rules. Those guidelines pale in comparison with mainstream social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, which have increasingly clamped down on (America 1st/Christian) content.

AND Let it be known, this ILLEGAL SHUT DOWN was done after PARLER warned THE FBI? Parler Warned FBI More Than 50 Times Before Capitol Riot, Rep. Carolyn Maloney Says

Rep. Carolyn Maloney of New York revealed to the House Oversight Committee and the Reform Committee Tuesday that the conservative social media site Parler sent warnings about its users’ violence to the FBI more than 50 times leading up to the January 6 attacks on the Capitol.

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