Since tech is owned by anti-American far-lefties that hate the 1A (Free Speech), 2A (Freedom of defense), 3A (Privacy in your home), 4A (no self incrimination / privacy of personal information), 9A (anything not enumerated is protected) and 14A (Due Process), some Americans are looking for alternative ways to communicate that doesn't rely on big tech, or at least the big tech that hates those freedoms. Here's a few alternatives.
Alternatives to Big Tech
I offer no warranty or testimony to any of them. The problem seems to be the number of folks that have moved has still been small and some are quite caustic -- which taints the audience pool. Most haven't achieved a real critical mass, through alternatives to YouTube is a lot easier to do than an alternative to Facebook/Twitter because of the dependence on the social graph (millions of users). So while I'm hoping that one gets that critical mass, we just aren't really there yet, and we won't be until I could tell my Mom or friends what my channel/page is, and expect them not to scoff or have to get a custom App just to access my information.