Joe Rogan is ground zero for the fight over censorship.
The Left is throwing everything at him to get him canceled.
And all hell is breaking loose after he heard this surprising move.
Joe Rogan brought the wrath of leftist Cancel Mob down on him by questioning the Faucian narrative on the pandemic.
His wildly-successful podcast is streamed exclusively on Spotify.
The Left tried to get Spotify to drop him for pushing so-called “misinformation” about the pandemic.
When Spotify stood firm, they went to the old leftist standby and accused him of racism.
Out of context videos were circulated around social media of Rogan using the “N-Word”.
At this point, Spotify issued a statement pledging $100 million to dollars to “content from historically marginalized groups” and the CEO issued a letter apologizing to employees for the Rogan situation.
The company also began quietly removing older episodes of Rogan’s podcast.
It remains to be seen whether Spotify will hold up to the unrelenting pressure to drop Rogan.
Now, a wildcard has entered into the equation for Rogan.
Rumble, a free speech video streaming platform and YouTube competitor, just entered into the Rogan controversy with a massive move.
They offered him $100 million dollars to leave Spotify and move his show over to Rumble.
Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski posted a letter recruiting Rogan to social media.
It said, “We stand with you, your guests, and your legion of fans in desire for real conversation. So we’d like to offer you 100 million reasons to make the world a better place. How about you bring all your shows to Rumble, both old and new, with no censorship, for 100 million bucks over four years? This is our chance to save the world. And yes, this is totally legit.”
Rogan’s podcast, which is the most successful in the world and has more viewers per episode than CNN sees in a week on primetime shows, would be a game-changing move for the free speech startup.
Rumble’s popularity has skyrocketed among Conservatives for its commitment to free speech.
Donald Trump, Rand Paul, Dan Bongino and other prominent Conservatives have moved over to the platform.
The company recently went public and is planning to work with President Trump’s new social media company.
Landing a star of Rogan’s caliber would cement its status as a legitimate competitor and disrupter in the Big Tech space.
There’s no word from Rogan on the offer but just being in the position to try to land him with such an offer shows how much the scrappy upstart has grown.
This is the latest big move from Rumble in its challenge to anti-Free Speech tech behemoths.
They’ve also partnered with Dan Bongino in free speech payment processor Parallel Economy after establishment payment processors like Stripe and PayPal banned President Trump and other Conservatives.
They also helped save the day for the Canadian freedom truckers by helping their GoFundMe replacement GiveGoSend process millions in donations.
No matter what happens with Rogan, Rumble is going to continue to make waves disrupting Big Tech’s efforts to censor Conservatives.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.