What he was saying is that YouTube used to be a place in the mid-2000s where cute dog videos and videos of cute kids could become huge. Now they’re a permanent part of the Google monolith and now dominate search results offering mostly highly produced professional content to the exclusion of small businesses or normal folks. He was saying that Rumble still allows nobodies to post stuff and attract big crowds. Except the parent still dominates search engines and skews everything to themselves.
So now I’m considering moving the Pieces of Malarkey empire to Rumble just because.