YouTuber Soph has had her channel terminated. It’s done. After months of people seeing the writing on the wall, the outspoken teenager got hit with YouTube’s proverbial banhammer. Why? Because she did a video exposing the alphabet soup agenda, and they didn’t like that one bit.
The 14 minute video was published on July 31st, 2019 titled “Pride & Prejudice”. It outlines the pederasty problem within the LGBTQIA+ community, the dogmatic approach to forcing the lifestyle on kids, and the disturbingly growing trend of trying to get kids to embrace drag culture. While the video may have been terminated along with the channel over on YouTube, you can still view it in its entirety over on Soph’s Bitchute channel.
Soph’s YouTube channel was on a sharp rise. She had already garnered close to 1 million subscribers over a very short period of time, according to the Social Blade summary. This was due to her previous videos that went viral on YouTube, which were also hit with censorship due to YouTube classifying those videos as “hate speech”.
If you attempt to access Soph’s YouTube channel, you will be met with the unceremonious message that the account has been terminated for violating YouTube’s community guidelines.
But what YouTube guideline did Soph violate?
On August 1st, 2019 Soph posted up the message she received from YouTube, which you can view below.
PRESS F TO PAY RESPECTS
[give @TeamYouTube a hard time about it if you can]
— soph (@sewernugget) August 1, 2019
If you’re unable to read the message, it states…
“Our team has reviewed your content, and, unfortunately, we think it violates our hate speech policy. We’ve removed the following content from YouTube:
“Video: PRIDE & PREJUDICE
“We know that this might be disappointing, but it’s important to us that YouTube is a safe place for all. If content breaks our rules, we remove it. If you think we’ve made a mistake, you can appeal and we’ll take another look. Keep reading for more details.
“How your content violated the policy
“Content glorifying or inciting violence against another person or group of people is not allowed on YouTube. We also don’t allow any content that encourages hatred of another person or group of people based on their membership in a protected group.
“We review educational, documentary, artistic, and scientific content on a case-by-case basis. Limited exceptions are made for content with sufficient and appropriate context and where the purpose of posting is clear.”
Since Soph didn’t encourage or incite violence against LGBTQIA+ people, it’s obvious that YouTube believed that the video “encourages hatred” toward them, even though it doesn’t.
This is all part of YouTube’s social engineering agenda, though. They’re about wiping out and censoring any kind of speech they don’t like, classifying it as “hate speech”.
“Hate speech” isn’t illegal and doesn’t even have a specific definition that could be applied universally, but YouTube uses this nebulous terminology in order to keep pushing the dial and censoring content and ideas that they don’t like.
President Trump censured Google and other big tech companies for using these broad terms to censor content and especially Conservatives in a bid to reshape society through information control. President Trump also noted that they would be meeting with big tech and exploring regulatory means to curb the censorship.
Republican senator Josh Hawley has been pushing for a bill to remove the safe harbor protections from big tech who utilize partisan-based censorship, while Democratic congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has openly condemned the censorship practices of Google and others after being on the receiving end of it following the first Democratic debate.
While politicians mew and maw over a microphone about the censorship, the average citizen is still being affected by it day by day. In this particular case Soph just had her YouTube account terminated because YouTube didn’t like her opinions. Alternatives are far and few between, with Bitchute working as a bit of a safe haven for most content creators, but due to payment processors deplatforming Bitchute, it makes it a difficult platform to use as an alternative when monetization is no where near as on par with YouTube. However, in this case beggars can’t be choosers.
(Thanks for the news tip durka durka)