The Senator from Kentucky declared his personal divorce from using YouTube, and he’ll be using Rumble from now on.
Rand Paul made the announcement in an op-ed for the Washington Examiner . He summarizes his relationship with Google’s video sharing platform as a “toxic relationship” where he’s left susceptible to being policed by so-called “fact checkers.”
He described the amalgamation of corporate media and big tech companies as like a “Medieval church” that’s deciding some subjects are too “dangerous” for viewers to see. The first point of contention Rand Paul has with YouTube is how they won’t allow him to oppose […]
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