Parler CEO John Matze said his controversial social media platform may never get back online after major service providers accused it of failing to police violent content and booted it from their networks, according to a report.
Matze said in an interview with Reuters on Wednesday that he didn’t know when, or if, the fledgling outfit would be back.
“It could be never. We don’t know yet,” he said, but later sounded a more optimistic note.
“It may take days, it may take weeks but Parler will return and when we do we will be stronger,” Parler told the news outlet.
On Tuesday, the CEO slammed efforts to silence his app as “sick” and “evil,” saying the actions tech companies have taken against Parler went against the spirit of the Constitution.
“I think it’s sick,” Matze told Fox News. “That’s not what the Constitution said. That’s not what the Constitution stands for, banning 10-plus million US voters from the