Three men. Five headlines. No warning: It’s Steve Green’s Right Angle Lightning Round!
If you can get banned from YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms, what are the platform owners so afraid of?
The NY Times finds a troubled young college dropout who claims YouTube turned him from Liberal to Alt-Right radical — that he was “brainwashed” by YouTube’s recommendation algorithm which led him ever deeper into the right-wing “rabbit hole.” The Times illustrates the story with a collage of commentators, including Bill Whittle, Stefan Molyneux, Steven Crowder, and Ben Shapiro, implying they’re culpable for the brainwashing. Bill Whittle reacts to this new, libelous, effort by a Progressive flagship to shut down freedom of speech.
A couple of New York Giants fans get ejected from a game for cursing and obscene gestures aimed at their own team. Now, they’re suing on First Amendment free speech grounds. ‘Bill Whittle Now’ deals with the boundaries between freedom and responsibility. Click the YouTube notification bell to get warned when we post a new […]
Americans are afraid to do the most American thing there is; speaking their mind.
Its well known that YouTube censors conservative content on its platform. It does this through arbitrary age limits and demonetization of otherwise harmless videos that are not violating any policy. In fact, it would not be surprising if this very video is censored for calling out Google and YouTube. How can conservatives overcome this blatant […]