Folks, I’m aware there are concerns about my supporters and being banned online. I hear you! With the UNFAIR ban on @redicetv from YouTube, I’ve begun an advanced form of MONITORING never used before! This form of monitoring is so powerful, action may be considered. Thank you! pic.twitter.com/Id2wJFAB68— King President Blumpf (@PresidentBlumpf) October 17, 2019
Red Ice was arbitrarily purged by YouTube with no strikes.
Meanwhile, YouTube is promoting International Pronouns Day:
#PronounsDay is important for all of us – as the young LGBTQ+ people @ThinkingFilm interviewed for this video put it, “You don’t have to be trans to respect pronouns.”— YouTube (@YouTube) October 16, 2019
Watch them explain why respecting pronouns is important: https://t.co/peZsHoriIS pic.twitter.com/sSiBy3JH3q
As for voice and inclusion, Red Ice was deplatformed by YouTube this morning. Andrew Marantz is boasting in New York Magazine about how social media platforms like YouTube and Facebook have become gatekeepers and curators. After watching Zuck’s speech, I am excited about the growth of the American audience on Chinese social media platforms.