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Biden Administration TARGETS Leading Free-Speech Video Platform

The Biden regime will stop at nothing to censor free speech in America.

According to a report from WIRED, the free speech platform Rumble Video has become the subject of an ongoing SEC investigation.

Details and reasons for the investigation were not revealed, and the SEC has stressed that the ongoing probe does not mean Rumble is guilty of any wrongdoing.

Additionally, Rumble’s CEO is confident that the investigation stemmed from a phony report made to the SEC by a short-seller looking to profit from the decline of the company’s stock.

However, how is he so sure that the complaint did not originate from an operative of the Biden administration attempting to sabotage his company by any means? Short-selling in no way implies motive.

One can seek to profit from the downfall of a company while also committing to its downfall for ideological reasons.

Co-founder of The Federalist Sean Davis had this to say: “Nothing to see here. It’s only the Biden admin deliberately trying to destroy yet another free speech platform for the unspeakable crime of not illegally censoring people at the demand of the Biden regime.”

WIRED broke the story:

The SEC confirmed its investigation involving Rumble in response to a public records request that WIRED first filed in November, seeking documents related to the company.

The agency denied WIRED’s request on the grounds that related documents were part of an “active and ongoing” investigation.

Confirmation of the probe follows public allegations that Rumble inflated key user metrics, which the company denies.

Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski shot back at the allegations lodged via the WIRED Magazine article and claimed that the investigation was bogus and part of a broader conspiracy to short the company’s stock.

Pavlovski stated: “A short seller creates a bogus report and sends it to the SEC. The SEC investigates the bogus report.

Then the short seller talks to the media to get a story about how the SEC is investigating the report that started with him. The media happily writes the story.

The report is bogus, but that doesn’t matter—it’s all to get investors to sell the stock so the short seller profits.

Good news, it won’t work. We saw the attacks coming, and we prepared for them. Prior to going public, we chose to use Google Analytics to track and report our MAUs, so we could be ready for this very moment.

This is just the start, they’re coming for us in 2024. They can’t stand Rumble’s mission, but they are going to learn quickly how hard we punch back.”

Daily Caller had more details:

The SEC’s acknowledgment of the investigation to Wired comes after an April report by investment research firm Culper Research alleging that Rumble boosts measurements of its monthly active users (MAU) by 66% to 108%, which the company vehemently denies.


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