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Joe Rogan Makes GETTR Account After YouTube Takes Down Dr. Malone Interview


America’s number one podcaster Joe Rogan has just entered a life boat and that life boat is called GETTR.

After Rogan’s fantastic interview with the inventor of mRNA technology Dr. Robert Malone, YouTube decided to take down Rogan’s video clips of the interview because it exposed Pfizer and other vaccine companies.

Thinking that his Twitter would eventually be nuked next, Rogan decided to join former Trump advisor Jason Miller’s new social media platform called GETTR.

The move by Rogan has caused a mass exodus from Twitter to GETTR which has caused the app to see a major increase in downloads.

The Post Millennial had more on the story:

As Twitter continues to ban users from its platform, podcast superstar Joe Rogan announced on Sunday that he has set up a GETTR account.

“Just in case shit over at Twitter gets even dumber, I’m here now as well. Rejoice!” Rogan wrote on his GETTR account Sunday afternoon.

Most recently, Twitter has banned Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from their platform, citing multiple violations of the social media giant’s COVID-19 policies. One of Rogan’s most recent interviews on his podcast was with Dr. Robert Malone, who was recently banned from the platform as well for his stance on the COVID-19 vaccine.

“They removed you for not going along with whatever the tech narrative is, because tech clearly has a censorship agenda when it comes to COVID in terms of treatment, in terms of the— whether or not you’re promoting what they would call vaccine hesitancy, they can ban you for that, they can ban you for in their eyes, what they think is a justifiable offense,” Rogan told Malone.

Fox News got the scoop too:

Podcast titan Joe Rogan opened a GETTR account Sunday and encouraged 7.8 million Twitter followers to join him on the alternative social media app.

“Just in case sh-t over at Twitter gets even dumber, I’m here now as well,” Rogan wrote on GETTR. “Rejoice!”

“GETTR” trended on Twitter throughout Sunday afternoon as users reacted to Rogan’s tweet about GETTR, with many apparently taking his advice and opening an account.

Rogan’s move to GETTR came on the same day that Twitter permanently banned the personal account of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., for spreading what the social media company deemed COVID-19 “misinformation.”


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