The action from Jeff Bezos' company left the American alt-tech microblogging and social networking service firm with no host thus, it was not able to operate.
The alternative social network looked for alternatives; however, it claims that no other service provider accepts any kind of agreement.
"These accounts were engaged in sharing harmful QAnon-associated content at scale and were primarily dedicated to the propagation of this conspiracy theory across the service", Twitter said in a blog post.
Parler users also targeted people of color, Black Lives Matter activists, Jews, teachers, the media, and professional sports leagues including the National Basketball Association, the NFL, the NHL, and MLB. Further you can not crosspost to other platforms. "That's not what the Constitution stands for, banning 10-plus million U.S. voters from the internet, barring people from free speech".
Donald Trump is not believed to have had an account on Parler.
Trump is not known to have a Parler profile.
Parler isn't the first free speech-oriented app to be cut off by distributors. For instance, after the Capitol Hill violence, numerous posts on Parler called for mass executions of "left traitors".
By the end of the weekend, Parler was eventually removed from Apple and Google's online application stores. The platform has seen a jump in its user base in recent months, especially in the runup to the United States elections.
Trump may also launch his own platform. Gab, a similar site, was removed from the Google Play Store for violating its policies against hate speech in 2017, and Apple rejected its application to appear on its App Store. Both companies had asked Parler to step up moderation on the platform and remove content which had glorified the violence. The company refused to do this.
The app said in a legal filing it has over 12 million users. Parler has not taken adequate measures to address the proliferation of these threats to people's safety. Big tech companies, including Apple and Google, severed ties with Speak this week amid revelations that far-right insurgents have used the social media platform to organize and incite violence on the U.S. Capitol. Amazon objected to the move late Tuesday. But even as Parler cries foul that the loss of web-hosting service threatens its very existence, Amazon said Parler didn't honor its contract.
"However, it is clear that there is significant content on Parler that encourages and incites violence against others, and that Parler is unable or unwilling to promptly identify and remove this content, which is a violation of our terms of service", AWS reportedly said.
"We're going to try our best to get back online as quickly as possible, but we're having a lot of trouble because every vendor we talk to says they won't work with us because if Apple doesn't approve and Google doesn't approve, they won't", he added. It has now moved to a web hosting firm called Epik.