The conservative-friendly social media app is not fully online but in the meantime displays messages from popular conservative figures on its homepage.
Parler CEO John Matze says his website will not be restored to full function until the end of January and discusses big tech's "monopoly on free speech" with Dinesh D'Souza.
For now, the following posts appear on Parler's main website:
Fox News reports:
Carolyn Maloney, the top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee, is asking the FBI to conduct a "robust examination" of the role social media site Parler played in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, specifically whether the platform was a "potential facilitator" of planning or inciting the violence.
Maloney, D-N.Y., in a letter to the FBI Thursday, requested that the FBI review whether Parler facilitated planning and questioned whether it is "a potential conduit for foreign governments who may be financing civil unrest in the United States."
Maloney pointed to a number of individuals who have been arrested and charged threatening violence against elected officials or for their role in participating directly in the Capitol riot, and said the Justice Department alleged that some conspirators posted threatening message on Parler.
"It is clear that Parler houses additional evidence critical to investigations of the attack on the Capitol," Maloney wrote.
In a statement to Fox News, Parler COO Jeffrey Wernick said that "like other social-media platforms, we have been cooperating and will continue to cooperate with law-enforcement efforts to identify and prosecute those individuals responsible for organizing and carrying out the shameless Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol."
"Parler welcomes Rep. Maloney’s call to have the Federal Bureau of Investigation conduct a robust examination of our policies and actions," Wernick said.
Read the full Fox News article here.
Check out Tim Pool's take on the FBI probe into Parler: