Former President Donald Trump is moving forward with implementing his extensive media network. He has announced the partnership of his social network TRUTH with Rumble, the Canadian streaming and video hosting platform that “does not discriminate against political ideology.”
“As part of our mission, TMTG continues to align with service providers who do not discriminate against political ideology. Therefore, I have selected the Rumble Cloud to serve as a critical backbone for TMTG infrastructure,” Trump posted according to the Dec. 14 Daily Caller.
He added: “TMTG has already launched Truth Social on the Rumble Cloud for invited guests only, and the initial Beta launch has been excellent. America is ready for TRUTH Social, and the end to cancel culture.”
He also explained that they were already broadcasting from “Rumble Cloud for guests only, and the initial Beta launch has been terrific.
Also, the two companies plan to offer “infrastructure and video delivery services” to TMTG subscribers, according to the press release.
For his part, Rumble CEO and founder Chris Pavloski enthusiastically noted that the partnership would allow users immunity from the cancellation culture, which has increased in the media over the past few years.
Pavloski noted, “We continue to build the infrastructure to deliver a free, open, and neutral internet.”
He added, “Rumble was designed to be immune to cancel culture, and we are at the forefront of a movement that believes everyone benefits from access to a neutral platform that hosts diverse ideas and opinions.”
The business linkage of the two companies saw a significant increase in the value of the shares of the special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) through which they are publicly traded.
The great reception of Trump’s media network represented a tremendous economic reward for Trump.
The shares soared from around $10 per share when it began trading in October to $175 and then stabilized at about $50 each.
In the great crusade launched by Trump to protect freedom of expression in the United States, which represents a ‘culture war’ between liberals and conservatives, he chose Republican Representative Devin Nunes as the company’s CEO and promises to kick off everything next month.
“Rest assured, I have not, by any means, given up our collective fight—I’ll just be pursuing it through other means,” Nunes wrote.
And he assured, “The time has come to reopen the Internet and allow for the free flow of ideas and expression without censorship. The United States of America made the dream of the Internet a reality and it will be an American company that restores the dream”.
He continued: “I’m humbled and honored President Trump has asked me to lead the mission and the world class team that will deliver on this promise.”