With the massive exodus of former clients of Facebook, Twitter, etc. from those platforms, others offering uncensored free speech have experienced explosive growth. This has caused problems of performance, where their servers were simply overwhelmed with traffic, but they're fighting back valiantly.
Gab, where I'm also a member, has handled the situation very well, particularly when you consider that it's long been cut off from normal payment processing, cloud computing resources, etc. (all a penalty for refusing to toe the politically correct line). Its boss, Andrew Torba, explained in a recent post. Click the screenshot below for a larger view of his post on Gab.
Congratulations to Gab on managing such vast and rapid growth so well. Sadly, a bunch of idiots have joined, along with a lot of good people: but Gab's approach is simple. It does not and will not censor posts, except for pornography and illegal content. It's up to individual members to mute or block other users whose posts they'd rather not see. I do that every day, and find the approach refreshing. Nobody's telling me what I may or may not see - I decide that for myself. I wish other social media sites would do likewise, and treat me as an adult.
If you're looking for an uncensored online home, you might want to give Gab a try.