YouTube Takes Down Right Side Broadcasting’s Video of Trump Rally with Over 2 Million Views — BANS THEM from Covering Trump Rally Tomorrow — WATCH ON RUMBLE!


By Jim Hoft

Published July 2, 2021 at 5:06pm

President Trump held his first rally of the political season on Saturday in Wellington, Ohio at the Lorain County Fairgrounds.

Trump held the rally in support of Max Miller who is challenging Rep. Anthony Gonzalez, a Never-Trumper who voted to impeach President Trump in January.

The event was PACKED hours before President Trump’s speech.

Right Side Broadcasting Network aired the live feed for the rally tonight in Ohio.

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38,000 supporters were watching the rally at 5 PM ET — two hours before the event.

This compares to a typical Biden speech that draws around 700 viewers during the entire live speech!

There were 181,000 supporters watching the rally on RSBN at around 7 PM and President Trump had not even hit the stage!

When Donald Trump took the stage 195,000 were watching!

The RSBN video had over 2 million views of the Ohio rally.

That was too much for the DNC and YouTube.

YouTube took the video down this week!

🚨 NEW: YouTube has removed RSBN’s videos of President Trump’s rally last week in Ohio and the speech from the NCGOP convention. They have also given us a strike, and we are suspended from live streaming for one week.

You can watch tomorrow’s rally on Rumble or download our app.

— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) July 2, 2021

Here is the livestream video from Right Side Broadcasting Network — It’s Gone!

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