Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky has had enough of Big Tech censorship, and he’s shutting it down.
“Paul has announced he will no longer post videos to YouTube, encouraging others who oppose Big Tech censorship to join him in leaving the Google-owned platform. He will continue to post videos to the internet via his Rumble account,” reports Breitbart News.
“The libertarian-leaning Kentucky senator said his decision was part of a broader exodus from the Big Tech platforms, which he accuses of censorship,” Breitbart News reported.
“YouTube has repeatedly censored Sen. Paul’s content, including a speech on the floor of the Senate. The Senator has nonetheless defended, on free-market grounds, tech companies’ right to censor whoever they please, including himself,” according to Breitbart News.
Paul has asked conservatives to leave the mainstream Big Tech platforms, arguing that a mass exodus will solve censorship issues.
“Sen. Paul’s videos are available on Rumble, a video hosting platform that many Republicans and conservatives have moved to. In a press release, the Senator’s office praised Rumble for not censoring the news,” reports Breitbart News.
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