FULCRUM, like many others, is under attack

These people are psycho. They lost an election, so now they come for our free speech and our guns? Nah, not on our watch. The reality is that FULCRUM lost a significant amount of income and residual traffic when YouTube banned us and deleted our considerable archive totaling 505 videos. We reminded viewers multiple times to migrate over to Bitchute, but many have not done so as of now and don't even know we've been banned, as we have no ability to update them via a livestream or YouTube notification anymore. 

The good news is that we now accept direct donations to keep FULCRUM going at full speed, click here to send us any amount using your card or PayPal account. It is greatly appreciated. Many others in the free media have been hard hit by Google's lockdown on free speech, so consider supporting them as well. We need to fund the reality we want to see, otherwise creepy senile billionaires with a total lack of understanding of facial care/moisturizers will continue to fund the narratives they deem fit, using wealth that is beyond excessive.

The other good news, a silver lining to the shitstorm of censorship we're experiencing, is that many have migrated out of necessity to DTUBE and Bitchute, and both platforms are working admirably well. In addition to many of our viewers already checking us out on both sites, and leaving comments there, some other major content providers including Infowars have begun uploading to both.

 d.tube is ambitious and impressive; no censorship from the site owners/management (self-regulated community censoring for obscene content), videos are decentralized using cutting edge IPFS and blockchain-based technologies, video popularity is metered in crypto tips/votes received, rather than raw views. Videos load fast and crisp.

d.tube is ambitious and impressive; no censorship from the site owners/management (self-regulated community censoring for obscene content), videos are decentralized using cutting edge IPFS and blockchain-based technologies, video popularity is metered in crypto tips/votes received, rather than raw views. Videos load fast and crisp.

 Bitchute, although also decentralized, uses a completely different model. Through a decentralized Webtorrent deployment, users watching a video are potentially at the same time serving that video P2P to other viewers of the same video. Comments are uncensored and allow legacy login from a variety of services, including Twitter, Facebook.

Bitchute, although also decentralized, uses a completely different model. Through a decentralized Webtorrent deployment, users watching a video are potentially at the same time serving that video P2P to other viewers of the same video. Comments are uncensored and allow legacy login from a variety of services, including Twitter, Facebook.