Social media platform Parler announced that it will be resuming operations under new leadership after a month of being kicked off of its Amazon-based web servers in January following the January 6 events on Capitol Hill.
Jack Posobiec tweeted that the social media platform will be back online today.
The site has reportedly moved to a new server farm that will allow it to operate without big tech interference. The site also dropped CEO John Matze and will be moving forward with Mark Meckler, at least for the time being.
Meckler confirmed to Just The News that Parler's 20 million users will have full access to the site within the next day, with new users being able to sign up within a week or so.
Meckler's role will include guidance through the app's relaunch while they search for a new and permanent CEO.
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