A furious Dan Bongino broke his silence and promised to fight the total ban on his app Parler by big tech companies.
“Parler will be back, just so the audience understands. I will go bankrupt and destitute before I let this happen,” Bongino told “Fox & Friends.”
Bongino said fighting cancer has “opened his eyes to the world” and he does not care what “anyone thinks anymore.”
“My eyes are wide open. Parler will be back by the end of the week. They have effectively tried to bankrupt me and my investors on Parler. And you know what? They won.”
Bongino is an investor in Parler: “It’s not about the money. It’s not about anything. If Parler goes down, everyone else will be next.”
From Fox News:
Parler went down early Monday following Amazon Web Services’ decision to suspend it from its cloud hosting service after Wednesday’s U.S. Capitol riot. CEO John Matze told “Sunday Morning Futures” that the site will try to “get back online as quickly as possible,” after writing on the platform that the site may be unavailable for up to a week.
Google announced Friday that it would suspend social media platform Parler’s listing from its Play Store due to a failure to moderate “egregious content” posted by users related to the violent siege on Capitol Hill this week.
A spokesperson for Google confirmed in a statement to Fox News that its “longstanding policies” require that apps with user-generated content have measures in place to remove certain obscene content – including posts that incite violence. Developers agree to those terms.
“We’re aware of continued posting in the Parler app that seeks to incite ongoing violence in the U.S.,” a Google spokesperson wrote in a statement. “In light of this ongoing and urgent public safety threat, we are suspending the app’s listings from the Play Store until it addresses these issues.”
Dan Bongino: "They have effectively tried to bankrupt me and my investors on Parler. And you know what? They won"pic.twitter.com/EprpC7VcSs
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