WATCH: Footage of Chinese protests bypass online censors despite Apple AirDrop restrictions

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On “The Rubin Report” this week, BlazeTV host Dave Rubin talks to Melissa Chen, Kurt Schlichter, and Kyle Becker about the protests in China over the country’s “zero-COVID” policy, which contributed to the deaths of at least 10 people after a fire broke out in a locked-down apartment building in western China.

Despite Apple’s suspiciously timed decision to restrict the AirDrop file-sharing feature in China, videos have been released online that show Chinese citizens rising up in protest of the Chinese Communist Party and its draconian COVID measures.

Dave shared a small sample of footage from the protests that shows how quickly the situation deteriorated in China, which he described as looking like a shocking combination of Canada’s convoy protests and the dystopian survival drama “Squid Game.”

Watch the video below or find more episodes of “The Rubin Report” here. Can’t watch? Download the podcast here.

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