By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Users on the social media site Parler are waking up to find the alternative social network is completely offline. Amazon, which controls Parler’s web hosting services, pulled the plug at 3 a.m. after finding dozens of posts on the site that encouraged violence.

Parler advertises itself as a free speech social network and is popular with President Donald Trump’s supporters.

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Visitors will now only see error messages.

Apple and Google had already removed the APPs from their platforms.

Parler’s CEO said the company is working to find an alternative host.

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