Natural News: H.R. announces video platform Brighteon 2.0 launching next week

With YouTube banning more and more channels that discuss pro-liberty health topics, anti-cancer, Christian views and pro-America content, Brighteon 2.0 is launching next week as the alternative to YouTube.Brighteon 2.0 is a pro-liberty video platform that already has more vaccine truth videos than any other platform on the ‘net. Version 2.0 features a new user interface, many improvements and most importantly higher resistance against infrastructure censorship efforts.Here’s my full announcement with more details.
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