Crowder calls on the right to sign the "Fight Like Hell Pledge" and stick it to Big Tech
The long-awaited day has finally arrived. Today, Louder with Crowder returned to YouTube and Rumble, with the extended MugClub segment debuting exclusively on Rumble. It was a jam-packed show that definitely cannot fit into a single blog post, so make sure to check out the full episode linked below.
Crowder got to the biggest news stories of the past few weeks, including Donald Trump's possible pending arrest, Rachel Levine's burning desire to trans the kids, and a deep dive into YouTube's brand-new CEO. Spoiler: he may just be even worse than the last one.
In terms of show news, Crowder announced the brand new talent that will be joining the MugClub umbrella: Bryan Callen, Nick Di Paolo, MrGunsNGear & Jim Breuer. Crowder hinted there are a few more names in the works, but those are super secret until further notice. So stay tuned.
And finally, the biggest announcement of the many announcements from today's show. I told you it was jam-packed. Louder with Crowder has launched a Fight Like Hell Pledge for all business owners of pro-First Amendment media companies. This pledge, signed so far by Louder with Crowder and Rumble, states that signees will "fight against and shine a light on Big Tech censorship," "never penalize any content creators [...] should they experience targeted, unjust, or punitive actions from Big Tech," will not "capitulate to boycott campaigns," and "will protect the right of content creators to express themselves" by "partnering with companies that share values and interests."
Crowder explained that this is something "every single person on the right can be on board with." Anyone out there who supports free speech and wants to stick it to Big Tech, go over to www.thefightlikehellpledge.com and sign this pledge in solidarity.
"Big Tech platforms have engaged in censorship by banning, suspending, throttling, shadow banning, demonetizing, or otherwise negatively impacting the ability of content creators to reach their subscribers or followers.
As a business owner/operator of a pro-First Amendment media company (be it video, audio, written word or tech), I pledge to fight against and shine a light on Big Tech censorship.
Furthermore, I will never penalize any content creators that engage in business with my company should they experience targeted, unjust, or punitive actions from Big Tech, be said actions monetary, or the limitation of the reach of their content.
I also pledge not to capitulate to boycott campaigns. I will protect the right of content creators to express themselves on my platform through a proactive approach of partnering with companies that share our values and interests."
And make sure to watch today's entire show for all the laughs and giggles over the current state of our country. Which just so happens to be jailing political opponents. For democracy, of course.