Following a 1-week suspension from YouTube for quoting Dr. Fauci saying masks don’t work (one of his countless flip-flops), Dan Bongino uploaded a video to their platform titled “Why I’m Leaving YouTube” where he announced all future content of his would be posted exclusively to Rumble, the pro-free speech competitor to YouTube that Dan is an investor in.
In response, YouTube attempted a poorly executed “you can’t break up with me if I break up with you first” approach, and decided to ban Dan from the platform he just left and was never going to post to again.
Regardless, all future content related to the Dan Bongino show will be posted to Rumble on the following channels:
- The Dan Bongino Show (Full Episodes)
- Dan Bongino Show Clips (Highlights)
- Bongino Report (Trending Videos)
The Dan Bongino Show channel already has far more subscribers (2.06 million) than the former YouTube counterpart had.
A YouTube spokesman said that both of Dan’s channels have been removed from their website, and he will not be able to create a new one in the future. The spokesperson also confirmed that any new channels “associated with his name” will also be denied.
Hilarious watching the @YouTube communists desperately try to save face after we told them to go f%^* themselves.
They’re claiming we “tried to evade suspension.” Really? By posting a final video LITERALLY titled “Why I’m Leaving YouTube”? 🤦🤦
— Bongino Report (@BonginoReport) January 26, 2022
The conventional wisdom in the media is certainly that we have to mindlessly believe everything that comes out of Dr. Fauci’s (PBUH) mouth… but apparently only the most recent proclamation.
Matt Palumbo is the author of The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros
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