Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., recently urged Apple and Google to take action against Parler, in a tweet the leader of the so-called "Squad" of progressives sent to her 11.4 million followers. Ocasio-Cortez isn’t alone.
PARLER CEO ON 'SHOCKING' RESTRICTIONS BY AMAZON, APPLE AND GOOGLE: 'YOU JUST NEVER THINK IT WILL HAPPEN'.
While Matze doesn’t appreciate elected officials calling for his company to be silenced, he found himself at the center of the news cycle when Google and Apple removed Parler from their app stores and Amazon Web Services cut off Parler from its web hosting services in the wake of the Capitol riot. .
Parler filed a lawsuit against Amazon on Monday after Amazon Web Services' decision to suspend Parler from its cloud hosting service following last week's deadly riot at the U.S.
Parler is seeking a temporary restraining order to keep Amazon Web Services from blackballing Parler and claims Amazon Web Services is violating the Sherman Antitrust Act in the filing.
Matze feels that the tech giants simply caved to liberals who called for his company to be silenced.
"There is a group called UGNazi that is targeting me," Matze said, noting the controversial hacker group has released many of his passwords and personal information on the internet
"It’s probably leveled me out," Matze said