YouTube Mocks Critic Amid Censorship Row
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A now-deleted tweet from YouTube mocked a critic speaking out against the demonetization of popular YouTube channels – right as the video platform is facing backlash over censorship!
After YouTube tweeted out a politically-correct message, Twitter user Ian Conery pointed out he hates “the people who run YouTube, from the trending page to the demonizations to Tweets like this.”
I truly hate the people who run YouTube, from the trending page to the demonizations to Tweets like this
— Ian Conery (@ConeryIan) March 1, 2018
To which YouTube apparently responded with this:
For anyone that missed it. Here you go. I’m still dying here. 😂 pic.twitter.com/3O6tF1NqMG
— Lockjaw Gaming (@LockjawGaming) March 2, 2018
Notice how YouTube didn’t deny Conery’s allegations – and acted as if nothing was wrong with its behavior, despite YouTube recently banning conservative, libertarian and Second Amendment channels for no reason – unless, of course, the reason is censorship.
Infowars’ own Jerome Corsi experienced his channel getting banned with little warning on Thursday – and then the channel was mysteriously reinstated on Friday morning with no strikes.