1 hr 37 min

Rise of Alternative Media as Corporate Press Implodes, with Glenn Greenwald, Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski, and Entrepreneur Omeed Malik The Megyn Kelly Show

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Megyn Kelly is joined by Glenn Greenwald, host of Rumble's "System Update,” to discuss Donald Trump ordered to pay $83 million more to E. Jean Carroll over an alleged sexual assault and defamation, the lack of evidence against Trump, bias in the media and in our judicial system, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow's past softball interview with Trump accuser E. Jean Carroll, how the corporate press is all “partnering” with Carroll against Donald Trump, why there's an erosion in trust in the legacy media when there are clear political motives, the difference the ways many corporate media journalists have become political activists, the failure of journalists to separate facts from their own opinions, Karine Jean-Pierre's embarrassing answer about the U.S. troops killed overseas, Moderna targeting journalists like Megyn, and more. Then Chris Pavlovski, founder and CEO of Rumble, to discuss how Rumble became a leader in allowing free speech and free expression, the ways other tech platforms censor and suppress content, Rumble choosing to fight France and Brazil after the country's tried to get content suppressed, censorship under the guise of "misinformation" and "disinformation," the effort to get Russell Brand de-platformed after recent allegations, and more. Then Omeed Malik, founder and president of 1789 Capital, joins to discuss how major companies like Amazon and Google are suppressing free speech, the need for conservative alternatives and spending money with companies that share your values, why Malik started “financing freedom” after years as a NYC Democrat, Big Tech colluding to shut down Parler, Saturday Night Live not knowing that “de-banking” is a real thing, how this “joke” proves they're living in a liberal bubble, and more.

Megyn Kelly is joined by Glenn Greenwald, host of Rumble's "System Update,” to discuss Donald Trump ordered to pay $83 million more to E. Jean Carroll over an alleged sexual assault and defamation, the lack of evidence against Trump, bias in the media and in our judicial system, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow's past softball interview with Trump accuser E. Jean Carroll, how the corporate press is all “partnering” with Carroll against Donald Trump, why there's an erosion in trust in the legacy media when there are clear political motives, the difference the ways many corporate media journalists have become political activists, the failure of journalists to separate facts from their own opinions, Karine Jean-Pierre's embarrassing answer about the U.S. troops killed overseas, Moderna targeting journalists like Megyn, and more. Then Chris Pavlovski, founder and CEO of Rumble, to discuss how Rumble became a leader in allowing free speech and free expression, the ways other tech platforms censor and suppress content, Rumble choosing to fight France and Brazil after the country's tried to get content suppressed, censorship under the guise of "misinformation" and "disinformation," the effort to get Russell Brand de-platformed after recent allegations, and more. Then Omeed Malik, founder and president of 1789 Capital, joins to discuss how major companies like Amazon and Google are suppressing free speech, the need for conservative alternatives and spending money with companies that share your values, why Malik started “financing freedom” after years as a NYC Democrat, Big Tech colluding to shut down Parler, Saturday Night Live not knowing that “de-banking” is a real thing, how this “joke” proves they're living in a liberal bubble, and more.

1 hr 37 min