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Video hosting website. An alternative to YouTube.

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Started: 2013

Constitutes: Alt Tech

Main focus: Free speech

Rumble threatened to sue Odysee in December 2021 over a Tweet that alleged Rumble was using bots to inflate statistics.[1] Their letter ended on: ",the Company will take aggressive action to safeguard its interests". Sounds healthy, doesn't it?
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Rumble is a video hosting website. The "anti-YouTube". It has taken in a lot of investor money, including from deep state actor Peter Thiel of the PayPal Mafia/[2][3]

Official narrative

The platform shares conspiracy theories and misinformation about COVID-19.

Google lawsuit

In January 2021 it was reported that Rumble wanted to sue Google "for at least $2 billion, saying the search giant abuses its monopoly power".[4]


Rumble received investment from venture capitalists Peter Thiel, Vivek Ramaswamy and J. D. Vance in May 2021, with that round of funding valuing Rumble at around $500 million.[5] According to an August 2022 Reuters article, Rumble is 'better-funded' and 'more mainstream' than its competitors BitChute and Odysee.[6]


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