‘Fox & Friends’ Melts Down Over Parler Ban: ‘Akin to Kristallnacht’

Five days after the violent insurrection by President Donald Trump’s supporters at the U.S. Capitol, there was no bigger story on Fox & Friends than the tech giants’ decisions to de-platform Parler, one of the primary apps used to organize the MAGA mob.What started on Sunday with Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) whining to Maria Bartiromo that “Republicans have no way to communicate” now that the Twitter alternative has been effectively removed from the internet by Apple, Google, and Amazon Web Services turned into a full-on freakout Monday morning with both hosts and guests screaming that it marked the end of the First Amendment, or in Jeanine Pirro’s case, something “akin to Kristallnacht.”After Ainsley Earhardt shared the big news with viewers during the first few minutes of the broadcast, co-host Brian Kilmeade asked: “How scary is this? I don’t care if you’re even interested in politics. This shows these aren’t independent companies. This is a monopoly.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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