The New York Times DEMONIZES YouTubers and Gamers… AGAIN.

A fear-mongering op-ed piece in The New York Times warns of the dangers of letting impressionable young (white) boys watch YouTube and laugh at memes. Even using the word “trigger” means they are well on their way to becoming hatemongers. Of course, PewDiePie is brought into this.

The attacks on YouTubers and Gamers by mainstream media probably has more to do with a marked loss of ad revenue than any legitimate concerns about “recruitment.”

Rock and Roll, Dungeons & Dragons, the Joker and now YouTube. Hide your kids, hide your wife!

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