Fed up with YouTube ‘crushing conservative voices,’ Dan Bongino acquires part-ownership of video-sharing competitor

Conservative radio host Dan Bongino has acquired an equity stake in the online video-sharing platform Rumble with hopes of competing with YouTube by establishing a platform where free speech is protected.

Source: EXCLUSIVE: Fed up with YouTube ‘crushing conservative voices,’ Dan Bongino acquires part-ownership of video-sharing competitor

Conservative radio host Dan Bongino has acquired an equity stake in the online video-sharing platform Rumble with hopes of competing with YouTube by establishing a platform where free speech is protected. “We need a home,” Bongino told the Washington Examiner in an exclusive interview. “We need somewhere to go where conservative views won’t be discriminated against.” Bongino, who has 600K subscribers on YouTube , says 80% of his daily episodes of The Dan Bongino Show have been demonetized for its conservative content. “I’m sick of it, and I wanted to do something about it.” Launched in 2013, Rumble “provides video creators a way host, manage, distribute, create over-the-top feeds and monetize their content,” according to its website .

If the government does not step in to guarantee freedom of speech on these online platforms you are going to see more fracturing of social media and a divided America.

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