The Stasi strikes once again…..
Parler has had a rough couple of months, and recent reports have been hinting at the company coming back online, but Parler is not out of the woods yet.
According to sources, Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) has sent a letter to Parler’s C.O.O. demanding that information regarding their investors and creditors be released.
Are you kidding me?!
Can anyone say “Obama-era IRS scandal”?
We all know what Democrats want this information for, and I will give you a hint: it’s NOT for national security.
Here are the most recent reports:
The Daily Wire reported:
Maloney then wrote that the committee wanted:
A capitalization table showing individuals and entities with direct or indirect ownership interests in Parler, and a shareholder register maintained by you or any third-party on your behalf;
A list of all individuals and entities who have or had any control over Parler;
A list of Parler’s creditors which hold or held a debt of at least $10,000, including the type of debt funding, amount owed, maturity, and applicable interest rate;
All agreements, including but not limited to consulting, service, or business agreements, that Parler has with any Russian individual or entity;
All documents and communications referring or relating to proposed or completed financing, gifts, or investment in Parler directly or indirectly by any Russian individual or entity;
All documents and communications referring to relating to a proposal to provide President Donald Trump with an ownership stake in Parler.
Conservative News Daily had more:
A House of Representatives committee is seeking information from the social media platform Parler, including whether former President Donald Trump was offered an ownership stake.
House Oversight Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) on Monday asked Parler COO Jeffrey Wernick for all documents and communications referring or relating to a reported proposal to provide Trump with a stake in the business.
Maloney cited a report by BuzzFeed which alleged the Trump Organization negotiated last year with Parler executives to move Trump to the platform in return for an ownership stake.
Parler reportedly offered Trump a 40 percent stake if he made Parler his exclusive social media home.
Trump never made it to Parler and the negotiations were apparently derailed by the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol.