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VICTORY: YouTube Restores User Who Punched Annoying Feminist In Red Dead Redemption 2

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Beating Up Feminist Restored

Following a backlash for its decision to ban the popular YouTuber for his Red Dead Redemption 2 video, YouTube restored the account and its videos the same afternoon.

Early this morning, YouTube banned Shirrako, the YouTuber behind the viral “Red Dead Redemption 2 – Beating Up Annoying Feminist” video, claiming the video was an incitement to violence. Immediately the YouTuber took to Twitter to point out the absurdity in his ban.

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The video showed the player walking through the game’s environment and stumbling upon a Woman’s Suffrage activist protesting loudly. After making a scripted sarcastic quip doubting the utility of voting, the player turns to the female NPC and punches her in the face before running away.

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After a massive backlash from the YouTube community and coverage from Big League Politics, YouTube eventually relented and restored the channel almost 12 hours after it first banned the channel, instead placing age restrictions on the video in question and restoring the rest of the 8,000 videos previously deleted when the channel was banned.

As the YouTube community attempted to get answers regarding the ban, hours passed with no response from Google. Eventually, well known YouTuber Keemstar made a video asking for answers and posted it to Twitter, addressing his message to four accounts belonging to YouTube departments and senior management, including Global Head of Gaming Ryan Wyatt, and CEO Susan Wojcicki.

Wyatt eventually sent a tweet in response, notifying Keemstar that Shirrako’s channel would be restored with an added age restriction on the Red Dead Redemption 2 videos.

At the same time, YouTube notified Shirrako his channel had been restored.

Thanking those who rallied to his defense on Twitter, Shirrako referred to YouTube’s previous decision to ban his channel as an act of “corporate censorship” and described it as a “false decision”.

Still, Shirrako believes his case may represent a larger problem for the Big Tech platform, telling other Twitter users he “got lucky” by having his ban reversed.

YouTube has been under fire for over a year since it began its practice of demonetizing content that, according to YouTube, may be considered objectionable to advertisers. It progressed over the last year to include outright banning of content the platform maintains violates its guidelines against hate speech and advocating violence, including the infamous ban of Alex Jones’ YouTube channel.

Most recently, YouTube blocked Right Side Broadcasting from streaming rallies during President Donald Trump’s last minute push during the 2018 midterm elections.

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SCAMDEMIC: Social Justice Warrior Academic Who ‘Died’ of COVID-19 Never Actually Existed

The woman never existed.

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Last week, BethAnn McLaughlin, who founded the group MeTooSTEM, announced that one of her colleagues had died.

McLaughlin posted a sob story on Twitter that a friend, @Sciencing_Bi, had died of COVID-19, and it likely happened because she was forced to teach in the classroom.

“She was a fierce protector of people,” McLaughlin wrote on her account, which is now suspended. “No one has ever had my back like that.”

@Sciencing_Bi had gained a large Twitter following by playing the victim and claiming they were assaulted by several men in her field while working at Arizona State University. She claimed that she contracted COVID-19 because of the school’s policies.

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“ASU kept teachers, staff and students on campus until April. That’s well after we knew this was a killer disease. Many got COVID. Including me,” the Twitter account wrote.

“Please read her timeline,” McLaughlin wrote on Twitter. “Campus closed and she was in the hospital a week later. Be mad about COVID but be more mad that BIPOC community is most vulnerable and underrepresented on campus. We are killing them.”

McLaughlin even went as far to suggest that she had relations with @Sciencing_Bi, writing: “Looking at her side of the bed and crying. Just a lot of crying. I literally can do nothing.”

However, there was one major problem with McLaughlin’s story: @Sciencing_Bi was a fake account and not an actual person. ASU discovered that it was a hoax after looking into the matter.

“Unfortunately, this appears to be a hoax. We looked into this over the weekend and were unable to verify any connection with the university. We were in touch with several deans and faculty members and no one was able to identify the account or who might be behind it,” ASU said in a statement.

“Some of the past commentary this person posted was questionable, such as teaching in April. ASU transitioned to fully remote teaching in March. The person also mentioned salary reductions. We have not implemented any salary reductions here,” they added.

McLaughlin downplayed her role in the hoax after it was found out, but she is widely believed to be behind the phony account.

“To the extent that I have people engage with me on Twitter using accounts not associated with their names, I try to do that in good faith assuming they are authentic,” she said.

The social justice community is in an uproar against McLaughlin for allegedly perpetrating this hoax.

“Catfishing is not a nice thing to do and to catfish as queer indigenous person — and then publicly kill that person off — is unconscionable behavior,” wrote Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, who works as an assistant professor of physics and astronomy at the University of New Hampshire.

“Impersonating a Native American survivor of sexual assault is cruel in a time when people are so aware of missing and murdered women and when so many Native women have risked coming forward, using their real names,” she added.

Anna Fore Waymack, a Ph.D. candidate at Cornell University, said that she found McLaughlin’s “digital redface” to be abhorrent. She accused McLaughlin of having “blood on her hands” as this “hoax of ‘forced to teach, died of COVID’ is hitting the news right as [university] admins make final decisions about reopening. About whether our fears are overblown.”

As usual, the social justice lefties pushing their victim racket are disingenuous. They have to create fake oppression when it does not exist.

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