Massive Win For Fox News Host Dan Bongino As He Reveals Fantastic News About Free-Speech Platform Rumble

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Dan Bongino has been a big player in the world of conservative media for years, and today he proved his doubters wrong with a huge win.

Rumble, a video-sharing site Dan has an equity stake in, went public today after completing a merger with Triller Network. This is a big deal for Dan, as it proves that his investment in the site was a wise one.

This is also a big win for conservatives, as Rumble will now be a major player in the world of online video. With Dan’s experience and connections, there’s no doubt that Rumble will be a force to be reckoned with.

Rumble on the event: “Rumble Inc. (NASDAQ: RUM) (“Rumble”), the video-sharing platform, announced that after completing its business combination with blank check company CF Acquisition Corp. VI (NASDAQ: CFVI) (“CFVI”), trading of Rumble’s common shares will begin on the NASDAQ stock exchange today.

“At market open, the ticker symbol will switch from “CFVI” to “RUM” for the company’s common shares. While stock ticker symbols can be an afterthought, for Rumble, “RUM” holds a special connection to the company’s mission to protect a free and open internet.

“It’s a little-known fact that rum was one of the many catalysts of the American Revolution due to unrest created by the British-imposed Sugar Act of 1764.

“The Act imposed regulations and taxes on molasses, a key ingredient used to produce rum. During the colonial era, rum was among the most-consumed alcoholic drinks in America.

“Without rum, the colonists may never have fought to win the freedom that Americans enjoy today – the very freedom that Rumble exists to protect.

“As a mission-driven company, we do everything with a purpose.

“As we considered available tickers, the history of rum as a symbol of freedom was the perfect match for Rumble.”

As a conservative radio host, Dan Bongino knows a thing or two about discrimination. And according to him, that’s exactly why he’s excited about Rumble and its public success.

“In my opinion, we do,” Bongino stated to the Washington Examiner in an interview. “We need a home.”

Bongino is not the only one who has had enough of YouTube’s censorship. Last year, prominent YouTubers like Carl Benjamin and James Allsup were banned from the platform.

And just last week, popular YouTuber Steven Crowder was demonetized for allegedly violating YouTube’s hate speech policies.

But Bongino is hopeful that Rumble can be a haven for conservatives who have been censored by YouTube.

“I believe in free speech, and I believe that platforms like YouTube should be open to all points of view,” Bongino said.

“But if they’re going to censor conservatives, then we need an alternative.”

Rumble has already been gaining traction with conservatives. In December, the platform was ranked as the sixth most popular free iPhone app in the United States.

And Bongino is confident that Rumble can continue to grow and compete with YouTube.

“I believe that Rumble can be a powerful force for good in the fight against online censorship,” Bongino said.

“I’m excited to be a part of it.”

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