Truth Social, the free speech alternative to big tech giants such as Facebook and Twitter, was released in late February.

The app rocketed to the top of the Apple store within the first day of its release, with over 170,000 downloads.  Some have estimated that it hit over a million downloads in its first week n the app store.

The free speech social media app has had some issues since its rollout, however, including a backlog of users that it was not able to register due to server issues.

Today, former Congressman and CEO of Trump Media and Technology Group Devin Nunes announced that Truth Social formed a partnership with Rumble.  Truth Social will now use Rumble’s cloud servers to speed up the service and resolve registration backlog issues.

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“Truth Social has completed a migration to a massive cloud computing infrastructure run by the video giant Rumble, clearing the way for the social platform started by former President Donald Trump to onboard millions of users quickly, officials told Just the News.

The partnership between two of the nation’s emerging free speech platforms — completed this week — means Truth Social will be ending its beta testing and controlled account creation and moving quickly to erase a backlog of consumers who have been waiting a few weeks to join the platform.

“Yesterday, Truth Social and Rumble took a major stride toward rescuing the internet from the grip of the Big Tech tyrants,” said Devin Nunes, the former congressman who in January became CEO of Trump Media and Technology Group, which owns Truth Social.

“Our teams have worked tirelessly to realize this great endeavor,” Nunes added. “Rumble’s cloud infrastructure is second to none and will be the backbone for the restoration of free speech online for ages to come.”

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