Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has had more than his fair share of run-ins with YouTube.
Every time he posts something that dares to challenge Dr. Fauci, the outlet slaps him with a suspension.
Rand is now punching back, stating he will no longer use the outlet to post.
Paul is already staring down the barrel of a third strike from YouTube, having been suspended in August and September.
One more strike and his account could be suspended permanently.
However, there are other options out there, especially with Trump recently partnering with Rumble.
So, Paul is making his self-proclaimed “exodus from Big Tech,” and will now stop posting on the platform.
Even though censoring on major platforms has been clearly aimed at conservatives, The Hill reported, “The senator’s announcement comes amid more widespread Republican accusations that technology giants are censoring their content.
“However, there has been no evidence published suggesting systemic anti-conservative bias among major tech companies.”
Paul stated, “About half of the public leans right. If we all took our messaging to outlets of free exchange, we could cripple Big Tech in a heartbeat.
“So, today I take my first step toward denying my content to Big Tech. Hopefully, other liberty lovers will follow.”
With Trump announcing his partnership with Rumble, expect Paul and a slew of other Republicans to slowly but surely start to migrate over to the relatively new streaming platform.
It would appear that YouTube is about to lose about half of its users.
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Source: The Hill