With Google banning Parler from the play store, Apple banning it from the app store , and Amazon banning it from their platform. Is this the final nail in the coffin for free speech? Also What argument can Google, Twitter, Facebook et al have for being neutral platforms.
My answer in no.
Firstly, freedom is relative. You can't run red lights at intersections.
Secondly, one's freedom should be exercised at the expense of someone else's.
Your right to smoke cigarettes does not mean you can blow the smoke into someone else's face.
Your right to a religious belief does not mean you can tell someone else who they can marry.
Of course, it gets ridiculous when I see someone who wants to exercise their right to not wear a mask during a deadly pandemic intentionally coughing in some else's face.....
etc, etc, etc ......
Freedom is relative........ and should be exercised responsibly....