My thoughts on Nick Fuentes et al. are well known, and now is not the time to dwell on them. In this moment, I stand in solidarity with him after he was unfairly deplatformed from YouTube.— Richard ?? Spencer (@RichardBSpencer) February 14, 2020
Tech monopolies and censorship is arguably the most important issue for any dissent living in the 21st century. It should be the one place where we find unambiguous common ground.— Richard ?? Spencer (@RichardBSpencer) February 14, 2020
I’m only surprised it took this long.
I assumed it would happen after the rule change in December.
I don’t agree with Nick Fuentes either on lots of issues, but obviously I don’t support banning America First from YouTube. I was banned from YouTube last summer even though I never made a single video. Hopefully, Nick’s friend Donald Trump will take a break from monitoring the situation and intervene to stop the censorship of his America First supporters.
Note: Nick Fuentes is still on Dlive for now.
The fact that Nick was banned from the Turning Point USA conference and the police were called to remove him from the building in December when Donald Trump was speaking shouldn’t be interpreted as a sign of the Trump administration’s support for free speech.