Joe Rogan is the biggest podcaster in the country.
The audience he draws competes with the corporate-controlled media.
And he made a move that left the Big Tech overlords panicking.
Joe Rogan’s independent thinking and sharp interviews have made him the top podcaster.
Unafraid to go against the grain he’s been a leading critic of the Fauci lead approach to the pandemic.
With his massive audience and influence the liberal elite are terrified of him punching holes in their carefully crafted narrative.
The corporate-controlled media has tried to ridicule him but his success keeps growing.
Recently he’s had on two prominent doctors, Peter McCullough and Robert Malone, for interviews which pushed back against the elite narrative on COVID.
Promptly after they appeared on his show they Big Tech dropped the hammer on them.
Their interviews were deleted off of YouTube for “medical misinformation” and Dr. Malone was banned from Twitter.
Rogan an outspoken critic of Big Tech censorship made a move that put Big Tech notice.
He announced that he opened an account at Gettr the free speech rival to Twitter and encouraged his nearly 8 million Twitter followers to join.
His first post on Gettr said, “Just in case s- over at Twitter gets even dumber, I’m here now as well. Enjoy.”
Shortly after joining his follower count shot up to an eye popping 8 million.
Gettr was started by former Trump advisor Jason Miller to challenge Twitter’s heavy-handed censorship.
Miller said he wants Gettr to be “independent from social media monopolies, independent from cancel culture; embracing free speech.”
After the move hundreds of conservative politicians and pundits announced they were setting up accounts there.
With Twitter’s out of control censorship a platform offering free speech is ripe to take off.
His podcast is estimated to get 200 million views monthly and a move to Gettr could potentially bring a flood of his listeners to it.
Rogan’s groundbreaking move could potentially launch an exodus from Big Tech tyranny.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.