Rumble and Trump’s ‘Truth Social’ media platform strike major distribution deal

by Timothy Frudd

Howard Lutnick, the CEO of Rumble’s parent company Cantor Fitzgerald announced on Monday a groundbreaking deal with Trump’s new media platform Truth Social.

News about the deal between Rumble and Truth Social is set to give investors confidence as the 45th president prepares to launch his massive new media platform.

Lutnick stated in an interview on Newsmax on Monday, “Truth and the 45th president are going to use Rumble’s infrastructure, their technology, their cloud distribution capability, so they are going to be a service provider, a tech provider to the president’s Truth Social.”

This brand new partnership between Truth Social and Rumble strengthens the hope of millions of Americans. The future launch of Truth Social with Rumble’s distribution partnership will provide a way for Americans to actively engage on a social media platform that actually believes in freedom of speech.

Trump, who has pledged to provide an alternative form of social media, is once again delivering on his promises.

The groundbreaking deal between Truth Social and Rumble ensures that there will not be competition between the two media platforms. Instead, Trump’s new media platform will work with Rumble to distribute media as Truth Social prepares for launch.

This announcement comes just days after Trump Media Group and Technology Group Corp. (TMTG) announced a $1 billion subscription agreement with Digital World Acquisition Group.

In a statement released by Trump’s spokeswoman Liz Harrington, the 45th president said, “$1 billion sends an important message to Big Tech that censorship and political discrimination must end, America is ready for TRUTH Social, a platform that will not discriminate on the basis of political ideology.” 

Trump’s social media platform is highly anticipated as it will offer an alternative to the censorship of Big Tech platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Ever since Trump and many other conservative social media users were banned from social media in the aftermath of the events that occurred on Jan. 6, millions of Americans have been eagerly searching for alternative forms of social media. One of these alternative forms of social media is Rumble, which has competed to draw viewers away from YouTube in favor of a platform that promotes free speech and neutrality.

In the past several months, Rumble has attracted large numbers of Americans who are anxious to interact on social media platforms without liberal bias and censorship. Lutnick explains, “They want to be able to speak their minds, speak their truths, and speak their opinions. So I think Rumble, which is neutral down the middle, I think it’s going to get a huge following of people who just want to speak their minds.”

During the same interview, Lutnick expressed the way to achieve free speech on social media:

“The way you have to be is you have everybody on the network. You don’t censor them. You let them speak, and you speak to each other. You know, the concept of just speaking to yourselves doesn’t make any sense. You want to go where you can speak your mind. But I think Rumble is going to do incredibly massive, massive growth.”

Howard Lutnick, the CEO of Rumble’s parent company Cantor Fitzgerald

Trump’s deal with Rumble will provide an opportunity for Americans to enjoy two alternative forms of social media without suffering under Big Tech’s oppressive censorship of free speech. The 45th president is determined to fight against the liberal bias of liberal social media companies by offering Americans a better social media platform. Americans can expect an entirely different experience on social media when Truth Social finally arrives.

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