YouTube Suspends Turd Flinging Monkey From Livestreaming, Uploading Content
Turd Flinging Monkey

For those of you who follow MGTOW’s Turd Flinging Monkey and noticed that he hasn’t uploaded any new content recently, it’s because he can’t. The YouTube content creator was barred from livestreaming or uploading any new content due to a community guidelines strike from YouTube, similar to the one that Soph suffered after the Left began mass-reporting her channel. In this particular case, the strike from YouTube came during the tail-end of a livestream that TFM was conducting.

The news comes courtesy of a video that was posted up on TFM’s behalf by Aeroshogun on July 21st, 2019. He explained that YouTube is moving against Turd Flinging Monkey, and that it’s just a matter of time before his entire YouTube channel goes kaput. The video is short, sweet, and straight to the point.

The good news is that the MGTOW website and Turd Flinging Monkey’s livestream ability has not been curbed for good.

As noted in the video, they have a backup site at MGTOWMirror.ru, and Turd Flinging Monkey is still livestreaming at Dlive.tv/TFMonkey/.

Turd Flinging Monkey has already started moving his videos over to his Bitchute channel.

The writing is on the wall for a lot of these politically incorrect YouTubers, and we already know that YouTube is set to stifle, suppress, and outright censor any channel that doesn’t bend down, bend over, and kiss the ring of political correctness.

Turd Flinging Monkey was already on the receiving end of a Twitter suspension following his glorious move to put a smile on that wooden mannequin tucked under a flesh suit. Yes, it was TFM who gave Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel a smiling makeover, and it caused the Left-wing media to squat a mean brick.

So if you were wondering what happened to him, well… that’s what happened.

The good news is that he’s still producing content and still has a BitChute channel. According to Aeroshogun, TFM won’t be able to upload new videos or livestream for another 30 days. However, typically strikes that affect your livestreaming capabilities runs for 90 days, but maybe YouTube was lenient? I don’t know. But at least he was prepared and already has his backups in place.

(Thanks for the news tip Animatic)

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