The podcaster Joe Rogan has asked his 7.8 million Twitter followers to join Gettr, a competitive platform founded by a former Trump consultant, after Twitter canceled Marjorie Taylor Green (Marjorie Taylor). Greene)’s platform, on the grounds that the platform is suspected of spreading “misinformation”.
Logan appeared on Gettr on Sunday, calling on his followers to do the same, and posting “Just in case the s**t on Twitter becomes more stupid, I am here now. rejoice!Crowds of fans followed him to this platform, which was founded in July by former Trump adviser Jason Miller with an eye on creating a politically independent, free-speech-friendly alternative to replace increasingly strict And the increasingly partisan Twitter.
Several high-profile de-platformization seem to have prompted Rogan to publicly turn to Gettr. Earlier Sunday, Twitter permanently cancelled the platform of U.S. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Georgia) because it spread the so-called “misinformation“About Covid-19. The congresswoman claimed that her account was suspended for publishing statistics on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, a government-run database used to track vaccine side effects.
Green’s outspoken criticism of the Biden administration’s Covid-19 policy made her the target of attacks by fellow Democrats who have managed to deprive her of committee tasks in past tweets.
A few days before the de-platformization of Green, Twitter also Annihilate The description of mRNA-as-a-drug pioneer Dr. Robert Malone, shortly before his planned appearance on Logan’s New Year’s Eve show. He also spread “Covid-19 error message“This allegation is particularly ironic given that his research forms the basis of the technology used in Pfizer and Moderna’s mRNA Covid-19 vaccine. However, Malone is increasingly warning parents not to vaccinate their children with the Covid-19 vaccine. .
Despite receiving a lot of support, after the interview between Logan and the doctor was completed, Twitter increased the ban on Malone and deleted multiple tweets linking to the video. After YouTube deleted some copies of the series, the platform’s work became easier, although it can still be seen on Rogan’s Spotify family channel, and on BitChute and other alternative platforms. Malone also joined Gettr, and Green has been a member since July.
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