Allum Bokhari

Allum Bokhari

Articles by Allum Bokhari

Group of ‘Experts’ Pressures Spotify to Censor Joe Rogan

A group of 270 scientists and doctors are pressuring Spotify to crack down on content from Joe Rogan, the most popular podcaster in the U.S. One of the group’s complaints? His interview with doctor and scientist, Dr. Robert Malone.


Tech Founder Resigns After Claiming Jewish Plot to ‘Euthanize’ Americans

The founder and chairman of Entrata, a software company that raised $500 million from private investors last year, has resigned after sending political and business leaders in Utah a long email alleging an international Jewish conspiracy to “euthanize” the American people through vaccines.

David Bateman founder of Entrata

Rumble Launches Its Own Advertising Marketplace

Conservative-friendly video hosting platform Rumble is moving a significant portion of its ads revenue to an early-stage version of a new native ads marketplace created by the company. The new marketplace will be rolled out in stages over the course of this year.

Google boss Sundar Pichai is masked up ( Drew Angerer /Getty)

Sen. Rand Paul Quits YouTube for Rumble

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has announced he will no longer post videos to YouTube, encouraging others who oppose Big Tech censorship to join him in leaving the Google-owned platform. He will continue to post videos to the internet via his Rumble account.

US Republican Senator from Kentucky Rand Paul speaks as US Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona testify before the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions hearings to examine school reopening during Covid-19, focusing on supporting students, educators, and families, on Capitol Hill in Washington, …

‘Enemy to America:’ Marjorie Taylor Green Blasts Twitter After Permanent Blacklisting

Twitter permanently blacklisted the personal account of a sitting member of Congress, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), over the New Year’s weekend. “Twitter is an enemy to America and can’t handle the truth,” Greene said in a statement responding to the ban. “That’s fine, I’ll show America we don’t need them and it’s time to defeat our enemies.”

The Associated Press

Google Slammed for Maps Guiding Travelers to Closed-Off, Dangerous Roads During Snowstorm

Tech giant Google is taking fire for directing drivers in the Lake Tahoe area through potentially dangerous or closed-off routes during record snowstorms in the area. One forest sciences professor told the Masters of the Universe: “You are sending people up a poorly maintained forest road to their death in a severe blizzard.”

Google CEO Sundar Pichai testifies

Tumblr Escalates Censorship to Placate Apple

Blogging platform Tumblr, once a powerhouse of content for millennials, has censored a wide swathe of hashtags on its Apple iOS app, in what the social media company says is an effort to remain within the Apple App Store’s community guidelines. Some of the censored terms include “girl,” “suicide prevention,” and “testicular cancer.”

Tim Cook CEO of Apple laughing

Lawsuit: TikTok Content Moderation Duties Cause PTSD

Candie Frazier, a content moderator for Chinese-owned social media giant TikTok, which recently surpassed Google to become the most visited website in the world, is suing the company, alleging that it did not provide a safe workplace environment and gave her Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

TikTok video app

Republican Utah Gov. Spencer Cox: ‘Misinformation Is Killing People’

Spencer Cox, the Republican governor of Utah, agreed that it isn’t “hyperbole” to say that “misinformation is killing people,” during an interview with local newspaper Desert News in which he also condemned “hateful rhetoric” and expressed concern about a growing lack of faith in America’s institutions.

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox speaks during a news conference before receiving his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine Thursday, March 25, 2021, in Spanish Fork, Utah. Utah is on pace to remove all coronavirus-related restrictions by July if transmission rates keep dropping, but the situation could change, Cox said Thursday. …

BuzzFeed: ‘Deplatform White Parents’

Far-left news and entertainment website BuzzFeed published an article just before Christmas bearing the racist headline “Deplatform White Parents.”

BRIGHTON, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 13: Thousands of protestors hold signs as they attend a Black Live Matters rally on June 13, 2020 in Brighton, United Kingdom. Black Lives Matter Rallies continue across the UK following the death on 25 May 2020 of an African American man, George Floyd, while …

Intel Will Put Unvaccinated Employees on Unpaid Leave

Intel, the world’s leading producer of microchips, has told employees they will be forced into unpaid leave if they are not fully vaccinated by the company’s deadline of January 4, or fail to provide a religious or medical exemption.

Pat Gelsinger Intel CEO

Report: Facebook Failed to Stop Islamic Extremism from Going Viral

Facebook, which was able to suppress the New York Post’s bombshell Hunter Biden laptop story within hours of its publication in 2020, failed to stop Islamic extremist content from being shared extensively on the platform, according to a report.

Mark Zuckerberg drinks water

Twitter Bans Claim that Vaccinated Can Spread Coronavirus

Twitter will penalize users who claim that people who are vaccinated against coronavirus can still spread the disease, according to reports — even though official guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) claims otherwise.

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal

Facebook Admits in Court That ‘Fact Checks’ Are Just Opinion

Despite presenting itself to the public as the arbiter of truth and guarantor of factually-accurate information, guarding users against “fake news” and “misinformation,” Facebook has admitted in court that its “fact checks” of information — frequently aimed at conservatives — are nothing more than statements of opinion.

In this image from video, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Thursday, March 25, 2021. (House Energy and Commerce Committee via AP)