Kari Lake Calls on America First Conservatives to Switch to Rumble
Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake has called on people to join video platform Rumble due to its pro free speech stance.
Lake made these pro-Rumble remarks after YouTube censored her interview with conservative comedian and social media personality Steven Crowder. In response to this blatant act of censorship, Lake made a second appearance on Crowder’s show, “Louder With Crowder.” Tom Parker of Reclaim the Net observed that Lake’s “follow-up interview was a huge hit and passed over 90,000 live viewers on Rumble.”
In the follow-up interview with Crowder, Lake proclaimed that YouTube fears her pro-free speech views.
“You’re not going to take away people’s freedom of speech in Arizona,” Lake declared. “And they’re afraid. They’re so afraid of…governors who are actually there doing the right thing by the people that they have to keep us out of office any way possible.”
Lake admitted she was not caught by surprise when YouTube censored her first interview with Crowder. She brought up how this isn’t the first time YouTube has censored her interview appearances.
“They’ve taken down interviews that we’ve done with OAN [One America News] and other networks,” Lake claimed. “I’ve had a lot of things taken down…they’re un-American and I won’t sit here and…have my rights taken away.”
Lake mentioned during her appearance on Crowder that she is active on Rumble. In addition, she encouraged viewers to use YouTube to boost Rumble’s profile.
“Every time that you’re on YouTube, you need to…mention Rumble,” Lake urged. “Get people over to Rumble. It’s a site…where freedom rings.”
During the Crowder interview, Lake also discussed regulations on Big Tech censorship. Lake expressed her desire to sign into law an anti-social media censorship law that’s akin to the one Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law.
The current Florida law subjects social media platforms that kick off political candidates to daily fines of up to $250,000.
On top of that, Lake expressed her confidence that Republicans will be able to spearhead Big Tech forms if they take back both chambers of Congress.
Rumble was founded in 2013 but didn’t pick up steam until the latter half of the Trump administration when censorship directed against the Right reached alarming levels. Currently, Rumble is one of the most prominent free speech alternatives to Youtube.
As for Lake, she is the real deal. Her stances on immigration restriction, the Second Amendment, and Big Tech censorship makes her a certified America First patriot. Undoubtedly, Lake is the best gubernatorial candidate in the 2022 midterm election cycle.