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Chris Pavlovski (CEO Rumble) and Devin Nunes (CEO Truth Social) Discuss How They Protect the Liberty Flame of Free Speech

Appearing on NewsMax, Chris Pavlovski and Devin Nunes explain how their communication and content platforms are anti-fragile to the big tech censorship regime. {Direct Rumble Link} It is critical that people, particularly Americans, understand the position of both Mr Nunes and Mr Pavlovski as fortresses against the DHS tech rollout, which CTH has outlined in […] The post Chris Pavlovski (CEO Rumble) and Devin Nunes (CEO Truth Social) Discuss How They Protect the Liberty Flame of Free Speech appeared first on The Last Refuge.

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‘Ballsy’ – Gutfeld cites Tucker Carlson to nuke Fox News for caving to ‘censorship industrial complex’

Fox News host Greg Gutfeld hailed billionaire Elon Musk as “the last man standing” in defense of free speech as the combined might of the corrupt establishment moves to destroy the X platform by suffocating its revenue stream and nuked his own employer too. On Friday’s edition of “Gutfeld!” the discussion turned to the Tesla/SpaceX CEO’s refusal to grovel during a Q&A at the New York Times’ DealBook Summit over the major corporations that have yanked their ads from the platform formerly known as Twitter, describing such tactics as blackmail and sending them a message of “go f**k yourself.” that sucked the air out of the room. If Musk’s defiant response lit the fuse of resistance against the corrupt establishment, then the Fox News funnyman dropped the bomb when he jabbed Fox News over caving to the pressure by firing its top-rated host Tucker Carlson earlier this year. (Video: Fox News) In his “Video of the Day” segment, the Fox News funnyman played a clip of Musk’s chat with NYT reporter Andrew Ross Sorkin, bleeping out the money line where the political left’s most hated enemy outside of former President Donald J. Trump told the likes of Apple, Disney, IBM, Walmart and other free-speech hating “woke” corporations exactly what they can do. “How insane is it that companies are trying to blackmail the world’s richest man with money?” Gutfeld asked. “That’s like extorting Jerry Nadler with salad,” a jab at the morbidly obese New York Democrat. “The fact is, Musk may be the last man standing between real freedom of speech and the suffocating block of the censorship industrial complex, which is made up of government, media, and tech forces,” he continued. “He realizes that advertisers have no spine and can be easily cowed by special interest groups in cahoots

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