Release: Parler Criticizes Facebook’s Censorship of Mark Levin #Erasebook

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  • Source: Parler
  • 10/06/2020
Las Vegas, Nevada – Parler, the people-driven free speech platform, today berated Facebook for restricting the account of journalist, radio host, and author Mark Levin.

In a post earlier today on Parler, Levin shared a screen shot of a message from Facebook informing him that his page had ‘reduced distribution and other restrictions’ for repeated sharing of ‘false news.’ In addition, Facebook said that ‘independent fact-checkers’ had deemed Mr. Levin’s account was ‘missing context.’

To view Mr. Levin’s Parley, click here.

Levin’s national radio program is the fourth most listened-to show in the country.  A former Reagan administration official, he served as Chief of Staff to Attorney General Edwin Meese and is a multi-time New York Times #1 Best Selling Author.

“Mark Levin is an important thought leader with broad influence and wide reach. Millions of Americans look to him for news and analysis. Whether one agrees with him or not, it is important that Mr. Levin’s voice be heard. Those who disagree with him should debate him and refute his arguments, not try to silence him,” said Parler CEO John Matze. 

Parler was founded in 2018 and has a community of over 4 million people. The platform is committed to free speech, does not mine or sell data, and does not censor content based on politics or ideology. Parler continues to stand with the People and against Technoauthoritarianism.
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