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Who is John Matze’s wife Alina Mukhutdinova?

PARLER co-founder John Matze is married to Russian Alina Mukhutdinova.

The couple reportedly have one child together, according to Mukhutdinova’s Instagram account.

John Matze and Alina Mukhutidinova[/caption]

Who is John Matze?

John Matze graduated from the University of Denver in 2014, where he studied Math, German and business at the University of Denver.

In August 2018, Matze teamed up with fellow alumni Jared Thomson to create Parler.

According to Matze, he created Parler as a “free-speech driven” alternative to other social media platforms.

Alina Mukhutidinova[/caption]
Matze is married to Russian Alina Mukhutidinova, and have one child together [/caption]

Parler is financially supported by hedge-fund investor Robert Mercer’s daughter Rebekah, according to the Wall Street Journal.

“John and I started Parler to provide a neutral platform for free speech, as our founders intended, and also to create a social media environment that would protect data privacy,” she wrote in a post on the site last year.

“The ever increasing tyranny and hubris of our tech overlords demands that someone lead the fight against data mining, and for the protection of free speech online,'” she added. 

According to Linkedin, Matze is now Parler’s CEO while Thomson is the chief technical officer.

Who is his wife Alina Mukhutdinova?

According to Ted Talk host Dave Troy, Matze met his now wife, Alina Mukhutidinova on May 15, 2016, in Las Vegas.

Mukhutidinova is from Kazan, Russia, and she was on a two week road trip vacation across the United States with a friend when she met Matze.

Troy reported that Mukhutidinova’s mother’s name is Gulnara, a longtime government functionary who was an “Honored Builder of Russia” in Soviet times.

Matze and his wife Alina Mukhutidinova reportedly married on December 2, 2017[/caption]
Mukhutdinova is from Kazan, Russia[/caption]

When did they get married?

According to Troy, Matze and Mukhutdinova married on December 2, 2017 in Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia.

They were reportedly married in a government facility overseen by Gulnara Mukhutdinova.

Matze and his wife traveled in Russia and Europe extensively between December and July 2018, reported Troy, until they finally settled in Las Vegas where they launched Parler in August 2018.

Mukhutdinova and Matze met in Las Vegas, Nevada[/caption]

What is Parler?

Parler describes itself as the “world’s premier free speech platform.”

“Parler protects our community members’ rights and privacy,” reads the website.

“Parler is here to help people with varying life experiences, and from all walks of life communicate on a platform which treats them as equals.”

The service encourages people to “speak freely and express yourself openly” without fear of being “deplatformed” for your views.

Parler was recently dropped by virtually all of it’s business alliances after Amazon, Apple and Google ended their agreement[/caption]

The social media platform was recently dropped by virtually all of its business alliances after Amazon, Apple and Google ended their agreement with Parler for failing to deal with the rise in violent content.

“Every vendor from text message services to email providers to our lawyers all ditched us too on the same day,” Matze said today on Fox News.

Matze conceded that the bans could put the company out of business while raising free speech issues, calling it “an assault on everybody.”

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