Recently, podcast behemoth Joe Rogan invited YouTuber and political commentator Blaire White on his show.

Both being comfortable speaking on politics, liberal idiocracy, and radical movements, many knew it wouldn’t take long for the pair to jump into the issues plaguing America.

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And they would be right as Rogan and White offered up several opinions about Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, and how each platform has its own political agenda that is aimed to sway people one way or the other. Rogan even offered up how the Russians have supposedly infiltrated these platforms. But even though both are usually savvy to the newest and greatest moves online, neither knew much about the rising platform Gab. 

In the video featured below, White and Rogan spend a few minutes exploring the fast-growing Gab and the audience it caters to. But while they look at the site, Rogan makes some wild claims that were most likely meant as a joke that Gab must be nothing but bots and Russians arguing amongst themselves. He even throws the word Nazi in there to make sure he hit all the Democrat’s trigger words. 

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While Rogan and White were new to Gab and didn’t know the workings and goals of the site, Gab itself decided to reach out and drop a little knowledge on them. Tweeting out that they are, in fact, real, Gab also points out they are one of the 1500 fastest-growing websites on the internet. 

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As for the claims that they only cater to the right-wing, Gab added another tweet explaining their Christian values and goal to protect freedom of speech. 

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