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Rumble is a Canadian online video platform headquartered in Toronto. It was founded in 2013 by Chris Pavlovski, a conservative technology entrepreneur from Canada. The platform began as pets videos then turning to be alternative platform for Conservatives to anti free speech Youtube. Many Conservatives share their videos on this platform like Devin Nunes, Sean Hannity, Dinesh D'Souza, Jim Jordan, Mark Dice, Charlie Kirk, Dan Bongino, Steven Crowder, Lara Trump and Simone Gold. The platform forbids pornography, harassment, racist content, copyright infringement, and illegal content. Anything else is permitted.[1] On January 2021 Rumble Files a Lawsuit Against Google for Antitrust Violations.[2]