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BREAKING: Anti-woke comedian Chrissie Mayr makes Rumble debut after YouTube strike

"I refuse to be censored," Mayr told The Post Millennial. "I refuse to be censored. I see what you’re doing YouTube and I’m not a fan. Censoring a comedian is ridiculous. When you censor someone it only makes them more determined for their voice to be heard."

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Anti-woke comedian Chryssie Mayr shared a news clip on her YouTube channel in July, and just this week, received a 7-day strike from the platform. Unable to access her channel for 7-days was not an option for Mayr, who instead of sitting on her hands and waiting for YouTube to decide that she gets to broadcast again, decided to make her debut on Rumble.

"I refuse to be censored," Mayr told The Post Millennial. "I refuse to be censored. I see what you’re doing YouTube and I’m not a fan. Censoring a comedian is ridiculous. When you censor someone it only makes them more determined for their voice to be heard."

The live stream begins Thursday, 11:30 pm, on Rumble. Rumble is a platform that is dedicated to free speech.



The video Mayr shared was notorious. It showed women at a fast food restaurant freaking out, jumping over the counter, and smashing things. "I showed the video of the fight that happened at the Bel-Fries in NYC," Mayr said. "I read the article. Gave basic commentary. Played the clip." Many, many channels did this. The video was insane.

But Mayr's clip was struck for "violent or graphic content," meaning that it wasn't her words, but the video itself. That news clip which was allowed to stand on other channels was cause, months later, for a strike against Mayr. The video can be seen all over YouTube.



Mayr's debut Rumble stream will be Chrissie Mayr’s Content House, featuring a 48-hr livestream from Orlando, Florida with a mix of Comedians from Compound Media, YouTubers and influencers, and will be making their debut on Rumble tonight around midnight after their stand up show at the Orlando Improv.

The stream will feature Anthony Cumia, Alex Stein, Chrissie Mayr, Brittany Venti, Geno Bisconte, Ariadna Jacob, Keri Smith, Mike Harlow, Karl from Who Are These Podcasts, LeeAnn Star, Gigi Dior, Lila Hart, Kristen Carney, Jim Stancil, Matt Mead, Gary Buechler, Jeremy Griggs, Ryan Kinel, X-Ray Girl (of Geeks & Gamers and Friday Night Tights) and Royce Lopez.
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