Due to the Censorship Industrial Complex, I can't directly link my video, or subsequent videos, on Rumble to this website.
I asked myself: why is Rumble vilified for being a "right-wing" platform? And the answer I came up with is that Rumble can't be anything more than what it is, a platform.
It's the individual who assigns meaning or value to any website, this one included, amongst the millions of websites that exist.
So therefore, Rumble is mostly vilified by individuals who have made a predetermination of its contents based on the usage of the platform by a certain ex-President.
If you hate him, as I have, it's easy to fall into reverse prejudices. "If HE'S using it, it must be bad," my thinking repeated.
But Rumble is not bad. Rumble is not an exclusively right-wing platform any more than an accusation of YouTube being an exclusively liberal platform is. Both websites carry both sides of the spectrum and everything in between.
The difference, then, between the platforms is that one of them is in cahoots with the United States government to control societal narratives and the other one is willing to create an authentic platform for our First Amendment right to free speech no matter what, in spite of the government, corporations, academia, and unelected bodies of governance trying to keep us ignorant and economically enslaved.
Bad speech doesn't warrant censorship. Bad speech needs more speech to assist in accuracy and education. Our Founding Slaveowners knew this. Limit education, limit information and you can control anything. The Censorship Industrial Complex has been with us as a Shadow in plain view all along.
In the very least, we can head over to Rumble and speak our truths without worrying about whether or not our truths will be limited to Regions 5, 7 & 8, because YouTube said so.
If you care to, you can head to Rumble and search for TheTigerPaw. You'll find my first video that YouTube banned from all regions.
They said it was because of George, but I'm betting it was because of Woody.
Much peace to All,