This article I found at Yahoo! has some nice quotes from Dan Bongino and highlights the massive growth of the Rumble platform over the past year.
The Dan Bongino Show has become Rumble's largest channel in less than 18 months, and Rumble's users consumed more video bandwidth than in any other day in the company's history.
"The explosive growth in followers on Rumble has no parallel," Bongino said. "We haven't seen anything like it on other content platforms. The subs, the views and the hours-watched on Rumble speak for themselves. Rumble IS the future."
Good afternoon Patriots! I just wanted to share some really good news out of Texas regarding their social media anti-censorship law. According to an article on ReclaimTheNet, the law was just upheld by the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. I wanted to make a quick video on this because the judge in this article made an argument that I haven’t seen before regarding Section 230 protections and their implications for censorship.
Picking the winner of last week's engagement contest. ;-) Maybe a little talking about #Crypto. ..
Just going to pick a winner for this week's weekly engagement contest. Also will be sharing some info about what's going on with me and let you know about my new video.
In this podcast, I discuss the Texas Social Media Anti Censorship Law, HB 20. I talk about what it is, what it does, and give some of my thoughts about it. I actually live streamed the recording of the podcast earlier.
Good evening, Patriots!
OK, ok... We've all heard the talking heads crying about Elon buying Twitter. However, that's not what this week's podcast is about. I decided to give you all the arguments that liberal tech news "journalists" are making about Elon buying Twitter. It's a somewhat different take than you may have heard elsewhere. You may find that people who report on the tech news space have a bit of a different perspective on this from the folks that focus on CRT / wokeness all day long.
This is the kind of perspective you're not likely to get elsewhere because most people who report on tech news are full blown socialists. So, I hope you enjoy this episode!
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Good evening / morning, Patriots!!
OK, I finally published episode 1 of the podcast. Please don't judge me too harshly. 😉 Hopefully, I'll get better with some experience. In this episode, I talk about Elon Musk's decision to turn down the board seat at Twitter, as well as TRUTH Social's CEO, Devin Nunes responding to a number of articles claiming that TRUTH Social has failed already. BTW, there's also a bit of breaking news in here, about the release date of the TRUTH Social Web App. The episode is just over 13 minutes long. Hopefully it came out, OK. I literally just finished exporting it. I hope you like it. ;-)
I'm off to bed!!!
So... What do you all think? Assuming that Donald Trump runs in 2024; do you think he should rejoin Facebook (if they allow him)?
My opinion is: NO!
Short & sweet.
It's not as though Trump will not be a topic of discussion on these platforms (i.e. facebook / twitter) regardless of whether he posts content on them. However, I think it would be an amazing draw to Truth Social if the GOP candidate posts exclusively on the platform. You know people will screenshot whatever he says on Truth and post it on Facebook or Twitter. Yet, in order to see content as he publishes it, you HAVE to go to Truth. I think it would be dumb for him to post on these platforms. I really hope he doesn't.
Here's a snippet of the article from Washington Examiner. There's a link at the bottom to the full article. By the way, I am including a poll. Let me know what you think Trump should do.
Former President Donald Trump could be allowed back on Facebook for the 2024 election after his suspension expires in 2023,...
I have been thinking a lot about this lately. The GOP always had a reputation for being the party of Big Business, but that appears to have changed. Well, the truth of the reputation has certainly changed at least. Some may think the GOP is the Big Business party still, but given the way corporations have shunned / attacked the GOP & conservative values, I am not sure why we should cater to them at all. Anyway, I saw this article on Washington Examiner and thought it was interesting.
Public trust of business keeps falling, according to the latest Gallup poll, and over the past few years, this collapse has been most acute among Republicans.
Democrats are more likely than Republicans to trust Hollywood, Big Tech, advertisers, and sports franchises. It makes perfect sense.
The Left has always been a better fit for Big Business than the Right.
The Republican marriage with Big Business was never a sustainable relationship. Tax cuts and deregulation can only take you so far. Corporate America depends...
Welcome to the Locals community where we are building a Parallel Economy! I am Noah Davis, and I am very happy to connect with you here on Locals! Please feel free to submit any Conservative-friendly businesses/services/platforms/etc, that you think we should highlight and support. Thank you all so much!