Joe Rogan, the world’s biggest podcaster, has joined the alternative social media platform Gettr, and brought half a million fans with him. Meanwhile, video platform Rumble has announced a marketplace for advertisers, which could neutralize the “adpocalypses” that plague YouTube. These are signs that Alt Tech is growing, learning from past mishaps, and will end Big Tech tyranny.

Rogan’s move to Gettr is a reaction to Twitter banning his recent guest, Dr. Robert Malone. Dr. Malone is the father of MRNA technology, which the Covid “vaccine” is based on. Malone, however, is critical of how the drug has been implemented. The powers that be, therefore, are attempting to cancel him.

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Last year, Parler appeared to be a viable alternative to Twitter during the 2020 Election controversy. Unfortunately, Parler was hosted on Amazon’s web servers, and Amazon shut it down. Parler eventually found its own hosting, but it was hindered by mismanagement and hasn’t fully recovered.

Read more about the Twitter exodus to Gettr at reports on Rumble’s ad marketplace. According to the article:

Free speech-focused video sharing platform Rumble has revealed that a significant portion of its ad inventory has been moved away from public ad exchanges and into an alpha version of the company’s own advertising marketplace.

Rumble said that the change will strengthen its “immunity to cancel culture” by allowing advertisers to “choose exactly what content they want to advertise on” and publishers to “choose which advertisers they want to work with.”

Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski added that current exchanges are “enormously susceptible to cancel culture pressure” and that Rumble’s goal is to “build a transparent advertising eco-system for creators, publishers, and advertisers that is immune to cancel culture.”


Rumble joined forces with Donald Trump’s social media venture late last year. The 45th President announced the platform Truth Social, Trump Media & Technology Group, and the Digital World Acquisition SPAC. Supporters and retail investors have exploded the SPAC’s price, and Truth Social is set to launch in the first quarter of 2022.