Continuing in his drive for a cancel culture-free social media platform, Trump has worked with the services of Rumble to give hosting and other tech services for his in-development TRUTH Social media tech platform. From the media release:
“Trump Media & Technology Group has announced it has gone into a wide-ranging tech and cloud services partnership with Rumble Inc. As part of this partnership, Rumble will give streaming services for TRUTH. Rumble and TMTG are also in exclusive talks for Rumble to give video services for TMTG’s Subscription product, TMTG+.”
President Donald Trump, the Chairman of TMTG, said that, “As part of our goal, TMTG will continue to align itself with tech service providers who won’t discriminate against any political ideology. Therefore, I have chosen the Rumble Cloud to be a critical backbone for our infrastructure. TMTG has already created Truth Social using the Rumble Cloud for some invited guests, and the starting Beta launch has been very good. America is now ready for the TRUTH Social platform, and the end to the cancel culture.”
Chris Pavlovski, the CEO of Rumble, said, “Rumble is excited and ready to give technology services to TMTG. We will build the infrastructure to give a free and neutral internet. Rumble was created to be immune to cancel culture, and we are now at the forefront of a tech movement that believes everyone can benefit from a neutral video and social platform that delivers diverse opinions.”
Rumble, which some days ago announced it would go public, has made itself as an alternative to YouTube. Rumble is a streaming tech provider that allows monetization by its content creators without the liberal bias that YouTube has normally demonstrated. We use Rumble as a way of communicating directly with our audience.
This partnership between Rumble and TMTG is nothing but good news. In a world where liberals simultaneously cry “so create your own platform” when conservatives rightly complain about the ongoing Big Tech censorship, only to get anxious when conservatives really do create their own platform-wise, it is refreshing to see this move and we look forward to seeing what is coming.
Author: Steven Sinclaire