"I'm not making a First Amendment argument for you here," Bongino said about the ban. "These are private companies. I'm making an even more dangerous argument that these tech companies are more powerful than the government and will have a more pernicious effect on civil liberties by engaging in open war with free speech like they're doing right now."
"At least with the government, you have a process," he said. "If you're arrested by the government, if you're fined by the government, there is a process. Law and order, that's the order component. You can get a lawyer and you can fight back. That's not what you have."
"We have been threatened by Apple with 24 hours notice with nearly no legitimate recourse whatsoever -- Parler -- that we're going to be taken down from their site by a monopoly company that monopolistically controls its App store," Bongino shared. "Even worse, Twitter bans the president of the United States while China is still posting about sterilizing Uyghurs and the Iranians are running their Death to America account?"
"And to the liberals laughing about this... because there are many, go to any social media platform and you will see it. To the liberals who think this is funny, remember famous last words in unprincipled revolutions not bedrocked in real principles, and there are no principles here other than political ones -- they're coming for you next. Famous last words in the French Revolution were: No, no, I was on your side! There is no side. This is a political attack. This isn't a principled one and they're coming for you next," Bongino warned.