Fox News host and popular podcaster Dan Bongino was permanently banned from YouTube on Wednesday.
The ban reportedly followed Bongino’s program attempting to upload new content on a second channel while his other channel was suspended for alleged COVID-19 misinformation.
“When a channel receives a strike, it is against our Terms of Service to post content or use another channel to circumvent the suspension,” a YouTube spokesperson told the Hill.
The spokesperson also noted that both of Bongino’s channels had been shut down and that any future attempts to make new channels “associated with his name” would be denied.
“I guess they were waiting for an apology from us. But that’s not quite how it worked out for them. Here’s Dan’s email to ‘Coco’ at YouTube telling them to plant a big wet kiss on his ass,” Bongino tweeted.
YouTube just suspended Dan’s channel for daring to question the mask fascists.
I guess they were waiting for an apology from us. But that’s not quite how it worked out for them. Here’s Dan’s email to “Coco” at YouTube telling them to plant a big wet kiss on his ass pic.twitter.com/4yFeprnr3Y
— Bongino Report (@BonginoReport) January 14, 2022
Bongino has since moved to Rumble, where he now has more than two million subscribers. The number is more than twice the 900,000 subscribers he had on YouTube.
The new move shows the growing censorship against conservative content as cancel culture continues to rear its ugly head.