Three of the nation's top conservative commentators deleted their Twitter accounts in protest of the ban on President Trump, blasting the tech platform for its censorship.
Rush Limbaugh removed his account on Friday, leading many to believe that Twitter had banned him as well. A representative for Twitter, however, said that the move was entirely Limbaugh's decision.
Popular radio host Dan Bongino also announced he would be leaving after he was temporarily suspended by the platform.
"I'm leaving the platform permanently for Parler. I'll post my final tweet and message for Twitter tomorrow when the 12-hour lockdown ends," he said. "F--- these a--holes."
Commentator Mark Levin announced he would be leaving for Parler, as well.