Today, Former President Donald Trump joined Rumble, which is becoming YouTube’s greatest competitor as the revolt against big tech censorship continues to grow.

His account only has one video up as of this writing, which is a placeholder for a webcast of his event in Ohio today, which starts at 7 p.m.

Conservatives have long been accused of being de-platformed and demonetized by YouTube, which has had high-profile conflicts with popular artists like Steven Crowder, who was kicked out of their partner program. Following the mainly peaceful protests on January 6th, YouTube banned Trump from their platform, which is pertinent to his joining Rumble. YouTube claims that the restriction will be lifted “when the risk of violence decreases,” which practically means that it will never be lifted because there is no risk of violence in the first place.

A clear message that YouTube has sent to conservatives is that they don’t want them on their platform, and who would want to give them our money if they don’t want us?

As people abandon big tech censorship, Rumble is growing at an astounding rate. The platform grew by 1,900 percent from 1.6 million members in the third quarter of 2020 to 31.9 million in the first quarter of 2021. Dan Bongino, the co-founder of PayPal, has lately joined them as an investor.

Dumb and Dumber: How Cuomo and de Blasio Ruined New York, Debunk This: Shattering Liberal Lies, and Spygate are among Matt Palumbo’s books.

Former President Donald Trump’s channel can be found here:

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