According to a recent report in Breitbart News, the wife of Donald Trump Jr. is launching a new show on Rumble soon. That would be Kimberly Guilfoyle and her show, which aims to launch on March 2nd of this year, will be called “The Kimberly Guilfoyle Show”.
The show will, as a sign of protest against YouTube and its woke policies, air exclusively on Rumble, which is less censorious than Google-controlled YouTube. The who will cover a wide range of subjects, including politics, law enforcement, and pop culture.
Speaking to Breitbart News about the new show, Guilfoyle said “So many millions of Americans feel left behind by the establishment media from all sides and they are looking for voices out there who they feel will give them a straight read on what’s happening. This show is going to be the establishment’s worst nightmare for that reason as we are going to bust through the noise and tell the real stories that matter to the silent majority.”
She also said, in a press release, “I am excited to launch ‘The Kimberly Guilfoyle Show’ on Rumble. In a world where most Big Tech and media platforms routinely censor views that challenge establishment orthodoxy, it’s a breath of fresh air to work with a company like Rumble that values free and uncensored speech. You can trust that nothing will be off limits and that I will always speak my mind without fear.”
Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski, commenting on her new show and what it shows about Rumble’s attempts to expand its audience and become more prominent, said “Signing someone with as much talent, knowledge and experience as Kimberly Guilfoyle exclusively to Rumble is a big win. We are thrilled Kimberly is with us and will grow her already huge audience on Rumble – a platform that the left cannot cancel and big tech cannot censor.”
Rumble also expanded by bringing TRUTH Social onto its advertising platform, as Reuters reported in August of 2022, saying:
Former U.S. President Donald Trump’s social media platform, Truth Social, will join the video-sharing company Rumble’s new ad platform as its first publisher, the companies said on Tuesday, as the Trump venture seeks to sell ads while circumventing Big Tech firms like Google.
The announcement reflects a deepening relationship between Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG), Truth Social’s parent company, and Rumble, a Canadian video-sharing platform that caters to conservatives.
Both Rumble and TMTG are positioning themselves as alternatives to Big Tech firms; in the announcement of its new ad platform, Rumble described it as competition to Google’s AdSense and Ad Exchange advertising programs.
The two sides had already struck a “technology and cloud services” deal in December that would include video and streaming for Truth Social.
Rumble had also already been working with TMTG for months in a role that was described internally as a key strategic partnership but not clearly defined to staffers, according to two people with knowledge of TMTG operations.
Guilfoyle rose to prominence as a co-host of Fox News Channel’s “The Five” and worked for Trump’s 2020 campaign after marrying Donald Trump Jr.
By: Will Tanner. Follow me on Twitter @Will_Tanner_1
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