Andrew Tate BANNED from social media after exposing covid plandemic, pointing out that men have been left behind in today’s society
By Ethan Huff // Sep 16, 2022

A controversial social media "creator" by the name of Andrew Tate has been axed from the internet for speaking his mind about the plight of modern men, the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) scamdemic, and more.


Seemingly out of nowhere, Tate himself said in an interview with Fox News' Tucker Carlson – watch below – every social media platform banned him all at once and without warning. He also saw his online banking accounts shuttered as punishment for rocking the boat.

One of his videos that has since gone viral shows Tate talking about modern-day slavery and the plight of humanity as people strive for success in a debt-based Ponzi scheme that has never served their interests.

"People started to realize how money is made," Tate said about how the advent of the internet started a mass awakening. "People started to realize it's all a scam."

Tate, a "self-made millionaire," also spoke of cryptocurrency and how it is outpacing global reserve currencies. This is waking people up to the notion that there is no need for corrupt central banks anymore – as if they were ever truly needed in the first place.

Tate might be annoying, but his speech is still free speech

During his discourse with Carlson, Tate exemplified a lot of braggadocio about what the plandemic restrictions really started to ramp up, he and his friends traipsed off to Sweden, one of the only countries in the world that never had any lockdowns.

Tate and his friends would party it up in Scandinavia, and afterwards travel to Germany where some of the worst restrictions in the world were enforced with an iron first. He would then show his followers the difference.

During his travels, Tate also encountered plenty of tyranny and abuse at airports and on commercial airplanes, prompting him to buy his own private plane that never required face masks, distancing, or any other insanity.

Instead of enjoying these luxuries all to himself and his inner circle, Tate would post on social media about it, riling up his fan base to demand that such restrictions be dropped – and this is why he was ultimately banned from social media. (Related: Remember when Donald Trump promised to put an end to "radical left" social media censorship?)

Another topic Tate often speaks about that upsets the powers that be is the unfair way men are treated in today's society. Women are routinely sent to the front of the line where they receive all the attention and praise while men are all but ignored unless they are someone famous with lots of money.

Discussing men's issues is a major no-no in today's Jezebelian world, and Tate now knows full well what happens to people when they deviate from the script.

At the same time, Tate can be rather garish in his verbal displays and he is not exactly a positive role model when it comes to how he made his fortune.

"I think Tate has a lot of good things to say, but in an objective sense the dude is still super sleazy," expressed one commenter at

"He made his first million running a camgirl business; openly brags about sleeping with over a thousand women; flaunts his cars in the most ostentatious way possible etc. Obviously shouldn't be banned and hopefully he can cool down on the physical pleasures, but being banned in itself doesn't make you a good person by default."

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