WATCH: Apple CEO Defends Parler Suspension “we looked at the incitement to violence that was on there…we don’t consider that free speech”

In a clip released of his interview with Chris Wallace, Apple chief Tim Cook defends his suspension of the Parler app.

“We looked at the incitement to violence that was on there, and we, we don’t consider that free speech and incitement to violence has an, has an intersection,” Cook said.

After Wallace asked if there could be negative ramifications with Trump loyalists going “underground,” Cook replied “Well, we’ve only suspended them, Chris. And so, if they get their moderation together, they would be back on there.”

Meanwhile, appearing with Tucker Carlson, Parler CEO John Matze said the controversy has also come with threats to his life.

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