August 7, 2019 (NewsBusters) — The left has no problem with hiding behind activist teenagers, but will scapegoat a right-wing one if she criticizes them.
YouTube, Google’s sister company, deplatformed a 14-year-old conservative girl after she made a video criticizing Pride Month. Her channel has been completely banned from YouTube.
Soph, known on Twitter as @sewernugget, has been penalized by YouTube previously with suspension for “dangerous” humor and poking fun at leftist orthodoxy. With approximately 1 million subscribers before she was shut down, she rose to fame for poking fun at topics such as radical Islam, climate change, and pedophilia among Hollywood elites.
While her channel has been removed, conservative pundits like BlazeTV host Lauren Chen have reported on its removal, reviewing the content and theorizing why it was taken down.
Chen featured one clip from Soph’s video “Pride and Prejudice” which got her banned. In the video she commented on the nature of LGBT politics: “When you attack the concept of gay pride for what they’re doing to children” the left will respond by attacking the critic as someone who hates all gay people, she explained. “It’s morality laundering, they put the indefensible together with the legitimate so that you can’t scrutinize it without being called a homophobe.”
The video then shows a young boy doing a butt gyrating dance known as “twerking” at a gay pride event in public.
Soph followed by going biblical, which might be shocking to hear from such a young and irreverent Youtuber:
Just like Cain murdering his brother for doing better than him, there is resentment against heterosexual couples because gays know that whatever meaning they manage to squeeze out of their relationships will never hold a candle to procreation. Additionally, since they can’t reproduce, they have to recruit, so it’s beneficial for them to wreck the familial unit.
The video and Soph’s entire channel was then swiftly banned from the platform, with a letter saying “Our team has reviewed your content and, unfortunately we think it violates our hate speech policy.”