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Old 01-12-2021, 10:30 AM   #1
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Default Chris Pavlovski - CEO of Rumble

I was just watching Tucker Carlson as he focused on the recent Orwellian-like developments where big tech companies have resorted to censoring platforms where conservatives prefer to voice their opinions, namely the shutting down of Parler, the Twitter alternative. Now that the Left have full political control of the U.S., it looks like the big “private” tech giants such as Google, Facebook, Twitter & Amazon (all of them thoroughly left-leaning) have been emboldened to make these illegal and unprecedented decisions without a care in the world.

Tucker had the CEO of Parler on the show who explained that his company has filed a Law Suit against the big tech giants for shutting them down the way they did. Then, at the 26 minute mark, Tucker introduced the CEO of Rumble, Chris Pavlovski, who went on to explain that his company has followed suit and decided to sue Google for “unfairly rigging its search engine algorithms to wrongfully divert massive traffic to YouTube, which it owns”.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGkZz6mOHuQ

A quick Google search revealed that Chris Pavlovski is a young Canadian Macedonian who is quite the Macedonian patriot (see Chris’ Twitter posts which I've linked below). His company Rumble seems to be quite popular among conservative viewers. The following info on Rumble is from Wikipedia:

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Rumble is a Canadian online video platform headquartered in Toronto. The site was founded by Chris Pavlovski, a tech entrepreneur from Canada.
For its first seven years, content largely consisted of videos of pets and babies. In August of 2020, however, Representative Devin Nunes accused YouTube of being overly censorious toward his channel and began posting his videos on Rumble. Other prominent conservatives and libertarians such as Dinesh D’Souza, Sean Hannity, and Representative Jim Jordan soon followed. Although the platform forbids pornography, harassment, racist and illegal content, anything else is permitted.
https://twitter.com/chrispavlovski/s...522880?lang=en
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