Former president Donald Trump Has been banned Twitter with Facebook, and also Google And YouTube. Just hours before the pro-Trump rally in Ohio on Saturday night, he joined a new social media platform.
Now Trump is ready to rumble.
On Saturday afternoon, Trump joined the Rumble platform. He quickly gathered followers and became his newest cosmic mouthpiece. However, this does not replace Trump’s plan to create his own social media channels.
Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington told Reuters: “In an era of unprecedented attacks on our country’s freedom of speech by large tech tyrants, this is a good way to reach the American people.”
Rumble was launched in Canada in 2013 to show videos in a style similar to YouTube, but when it comes to American politics, the platform is more suitable for the Conservative Party. Rumble CEO Chris Pavloski assured Reuters this weekend that Trump has indeed opened an account with Rumble.
Although Rumble executives did not comment further, Trump’s first live broadcast was at the “Save America” rally in Wellington, Ohio on Saturday night.
Trump used his new platform to criticize the 2020 election and said it was a crisis more serious than the surge in immigration at the southern border of the United States.
“Today there is no more immediate threat than the crisis on our southern border, except for our elections,” Trump said. “This may be the biggest threat, what happened in the election. It is a shame. We will talk about this. Unless you don’t want me to talk about it.”
Trump said: “Joe Biden deliberately and systematically passed his people because I think he did not do so, preventing the border defense of the United States and inciting a large number of illegal immigrants.” “They violated ours from all corners of the globe. Law, they are invited in. We can’t do that. We can’t afford it. We can’t have it.
“When I stepped down, we provided the government with the safest southern border that our country has never seen,” Trump continued. “We must cancel his reckless immigration policy and restore our country’s southern border to its original position.”