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Comedian Jim Breuer joins Rumble

New videos and hundreds of videos from his back catalog are available.
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Comedian and former Saturday Night Live cast member Jim Breuer has officially joined the free speech video sharing platform Rumble.

Breuer is famous for his “Goat Boy” character, his impersonations, and the cult-classic movie Half Baked. Breuer also went viral last year after he took a stand against vaccine mandates and canceled several of his shows at venues that were requiring proof of vaccination.

Not only will Breuer be posting new videos to Rumble but more than 200 videos from his back catalog have also been uploaded to his channel. These videos date back to 2014 and feature vlogs, interviews, and clips of his comedy shows.

Breuer is the latest of many big names to join Rumble. One of Brazil’s biggest podcasters, Monark, recently started live streaming to the platform as part of an exclusive deal and racked up 1.2 million views in his first two weeks.

Other creators from a wide variety of niches have also joined this year. They include physical therapy channel Bob & Brad, progressive political commentator David Pakman, wellness channel PyscheTruth, and wood crafting channel ND – Woodworking Art.

Many creators have turned to Rumble because of the increased censorship on the world’s biggest video sharing platform, YouTube.

Rumble recently set new record active user, watch time, and video upload milestones. The platform also regularly adds new features with the latest being a new full-screen vertical discovery feature and dark mode on iOS.

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