This Trump ally confessed to a plan that will have leftists losing their minds

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Big Media, Big Tech, Bid Ed, and woke corporations are all teaming up to keep you off TikTok.

Former President Donald Trump has inspired legions across the political spectrum.

One entire end – and part of the other – are hellbent on preventing him from regaining the White House. 

But this Trump ally just confessed to a plan that will have leftists losing their minds. 

The problem with TikTok and the CCP 

According to Forbes, 39 states have already banned TikTok on government devices. 

Republican Governors Ron DeSantis of Florida and Kristi Noem of South Dakota have led the effort that also includes the states of Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

TikTok is also banned on federal government devices. 

That’s a good idea most Americans would agree, but Congress is considering doing more to sideline TikTok for private citizens – and the changes would impact all users whether they’re kids or adults. 

The problems with TikTok go much further than the extreme propaganda it puts in front of kids’ faces or the fact that it was purposely designed to be addicting. 

Of course, that describes virtually all social media platforms.

The TikTok app, again, like effectively all social media platforms’ apps, collects sensitive data. 

But ByteDance, the parent company of TikTok is widely held to still have strong ties with the Chinese Communist Party.

The politicians in the Washington, D.C. Swamp aren’t about to break up the virtual monopoly held by the biggest tech giant of all, Alphabet/Google  –  a company that has reportedly bent the knee to China on numerous occasions and was founded by Russian-born businessman Sergey Brin and computer scientist Larry Page, a Michigander.

And yet, while Congress has similarly refused to do anything about other social media platforms that operate in much the same manner, and raise some of the same concerns as those cited against TikTok, Congress is currently considering barring Americans’ access to the ByteDance TikTok app. 

That is unless ByteDance sells TikTok.

If not, the app will be banned in America altogether.

Politicians ramming through laws that would effectively ban Americans for access to a specific media outlet or platform raises lots of alarms.

In fact, Donald Trump has openly stated that banning TikTok would actually help Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta – the parent company of Instagram and Facebook – which Trump has called a “true Enemy of the People!” over the interference he claims they committed in the 2020 election.

“If you get rid of TikTok, Facebook and Zuckerschmuck will double their business. I don’t want Facebook, who cheated in the last Election, doing better. They are a true Enemy of the People!,” Trump wrote on his social media platform Truth Social last week.

Nevertheless, the legislation passed the Republican-controlled House last week.

Now, Senators have their opportunity to examine the proposal but Reuters reports the Senate is “not moving to fast-track House bill for TikTok divestiture.”

And that may be good news for the emerging Florida-based tech power, Rumble.

The free speech-friendly company has made significant advancements to its capabilities in recent weeks.  

Rumble to buy TikTok? 

If the House legislation passes the Senate, ByteDance would have six months to sell before a total ban would be implemented. 

With such a small window, potential buyers are already lining up with offers in hand for the most popular app among Gen Z. 

One of the potential suitors is the free-speech platform, and YouTube alternative, Rumble. 

In fact, The Post Millennial is reporting that Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski has already sent a letter to TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew, making the company’s intentions official. 

“In the event that ByteDance divests its ownership in TikTok, Rumble is ready to join a consortium with other parties seeking to acquire and operate TikTok inside the United States,” Pavlovski’s letter reads. “Specifically, we are ready to serve as a cloud technology partner. “Rumble’s offer to serve as a partner to a consortium to acquire and operate TikTok is subject to the negotiation of a definitive agreement.”

In a short time, Rumble has become a friendly home for conservative voices censored on other social media platforms. 

The question remains, would Pavlovski look to do the same with TikTok? 

The answer is in the clouds 

Rumble has already expanded by leaps and bounds in the last couple of years. 

Along with record-breaking views and user signups, the anti-woke company has invested heavily in building up its cloud services infrastructure – a move seemingly aimed at competing with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and giving more options to companies that are internet user-reliant and thus worried about politically-driven disruptions which could cripple their businesses. 

Pavlovski touted Rumble’s latest cloud expansion in his letter to Chew.  

“Yesterday, Rumble announced the public launch of Rumble Cloud, a new infrastructure as a service offering that champions the free and open internet,” Pavlovski wrote. “All data on the Rumble Cloud is stored safely and securely at sites inside of the United States on Rumble’s own neutral and independent infrastructure.”

Following a prompt from TikTok, young users called their Congress members threatening suicide, assassination, and other acts of violence if the app is banned. 

It’s hard to imagine the intensity of the meltdown if the favorite app of nonbinary teachers ends up in the hands of Rumble. 

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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