American News Jan 17, 2021 7:38 PM EST

Parler CEO claims he didn't think shutdown threats were 'deadly serious'

John Matze, the CEO of the controversial social media company Parler, told Mark Levin in a live interview on Sunday night that he wasn't aware of how "deadly serious" the threats to take Parler to task for its lax moderation were.

Parler CEO claims he didn't think shutdown threats were 'deadly serious'
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