If you’re looking for a big “game-changer” in the January 6th brawl, I’ve got one for you.
We’ve been told over and over that Parler was the social media site that sparked the so-called “insurgency” at the Capitol.
The Democrats and the media claimed that the “insurgency” began on Parler, developed there, and culminated in the so-called “horrific nightmare” that has left filthy rich liberal establishment politicians scarred and destroyed for the rest of their lives.
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However, we know this isn’t the case because there were more Facebook messages about an outrage on January 6th than Parler… Nonetheless, the Democrats, the media, and Silicon Valley yanked Parler offline. They were simply wiped off the face of the earth…
However, we now have even more damning information to share.
I bet you didn’t know that the FBI was notified 50 times by Parler about posts from January 6th that they deemed to be troubling.
Before January 6th, I counted 50 times.
So the FBI was well aware of what was probably going to happen – and they knew it was going to happen thanks to Parler, who was behaving in good faith…
Despite this, they were dragged away and treated as if they were terrorists.
Parler, the free speech social media site that has been chastised by political partisans and their media supporters, has replied with a letter to the House Oversight Committee, which is investigating the organization for failing to “protect” its content prior to the January 6th riot.
The social media firm claims to have told the FBI more than 50 times about posts on its site suggesting violent action at the Capitol. According to the Wall Street Journal:
According to the letter, which included the post and correspondence with FBI officials among its exhibits and was checked by The Wall Street Journal, the social media site referred a number of posts to law enforcement, including one on Dec. 24 from a user who called for a “armed force” of 150,000 people to “respond to the congressional events of January 6.”
It forwarded a series of posts from a user claiming he would be wearing body armour to the pro-Trump rally on Jan. 2 to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to Parler.
According to Parler, the post said, “It’s no longer a protest.” “This is a last-ditch attempt to draw a red line on Capitol Hill. I am certain that the American people can reclaim the United States with force, and many are willing to die to do so.”
“These referrals constitute just a portion of the hundreds of posts with violent language that Parler gathered and sent to the FBI for investigation in the days leading up to January 6th,” wrote Parler’s lawyers, Michael S. Dry and Ephraim “Fry” Wernick, in a letter to the Oversight Committee.
Parler’s free speech strategy, which does not curate user feeds or use allegedly fact checkers to censor political views considered unwelcome by elite thought leaders in the popular culture, has been criticized by competitors. Big tech companies such as Amazon terminated their hosting services for the website, and Apple and Google pulled the Parler app from their stores to discourage downloads of the social media app.
Despite the fact that the Democrat-controlled Oversight Committee is targeting Parler, an independent Forbes investigation found that 73 of the over 200 charging documents submitted by the DOJ in connection with the Capitol riots contained references to posting on Facebook, 24 to YouTube, and 20 to Instagram. Parler, on the other hand, was only mentioned eight times. The FBI also thanked Parler for his assistance to law enforcement before and after January 6, according to the Journal.