BitChute Supports Rumble Amidst Cyber Attacks
AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 12, 2023 – BitChute, a leading alternative video hosting platform, is proudly standing alongside Rumble in the face of recent cyber attacks. These attacks followed the release of over 40 hours of security video footage taken at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021 by the GOP-controlled Committee on House Administration’s Subcommittee on Oversight.
The Committee established the dedicated Rumble channel and released the first batch of footage on December 7. Just four days later, Rumble experienced a significant cyber attack. The precise source and nature of the attack remain uncertain, but the timing raises suspicions, especially given the controversial nature of the footage, released almost three years after the events at the Capitol. (Another outage occurred during the livestream of the fourth GOP debate, right as Vivek Ramaswamy started addressing the legal liability of \”Warp Speed\” COVID vaccines manufacturers. It is unclear if the two outages are related.)
Amy Peikoff, Chief Policy Officer of BitChute, voiced her opinion on the matter. Peikoff, who previously held the same position at Parler, which was unfairly deplatformed after being accused of facilitating an “insurrection” on January 6, 2021.
Peikoff stated, “These cyber attacks on Rumble are just another example of how the intellectually bankrupt try to silence those who challenge their narrative. Instead of engaging in meaningful debate, they resort to censorship.” She emphasized, “As we enter the 2024 election season, it is crucial for those who value truth to protect open discourse on platforms that allow all voices, even controversial ones, to be heard.”
BitChute, renowned for its censorship-free environment, is offering unwavering support to Rumble. Furthermore, BitChute is willing to host any Jan-6-related footage on a dedicated channel. In a time when censorship and cyber attacks hinder open dialogue, BitChute remains committed to providing a safe space for free thought, expression, and user privacy. Join the cause of preserving these fundamental values.
BitChute is a video service provider that prioritizes creators and their fundamental rights. Founded in 2017 by Ray Vahey and Rich Jones, BitChute is dedicated to combating hate through debate, without resorting to algorithmic manipulation or censorship.
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