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Jewish NBC reporter pretends to ask guntubers for interview, mass reports them to youtube

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https://www.ammoland.com/2021/11/nbc-news-supplies-youtube-list-videos-delete-channels-demonetize/
Fucker even looks like a soyboy meme
>U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- The MSM media outlet, NBC News has launched an attack against gun channels on YouTube that focus on videos about unfinished gun frames & rifle receivers.

NBC researcher and investigative journalist Joshua Eaton contacted multiple content creators (email below) requesting comments and interviews about their video channels “being out of compliance” with YouTube’s 2018 content policy on the building of firearms.

>AmmoLand News has also confirmed that NBC then supplied a list of channels and videos to YouTube for the video-sharing giant to delete videos and remove the offending channels from the YouTube Partner programs.

From the Youtube confirmation letter:

“All channels on YouTube must comply with our Community Guidelines, which prohibit content instructing viewers how to make firearms,” Jack Malon, YouTube spokesperson, told AmmoLand News. “After careful review, we have removed the videos in question for violation of our firearms policy, and we have also suspended the channels sent by NBC from the YouTube Partner Program for failure to follow our Advertiser-Friendly Guidelines.”

The YouTube partner program allows content creators with more than 1000 subscribers and 4,000 watch hours in a one-year period to share in ad revenue from ads shown to viewers and views from paid YouTube members. NBC mass reporting the channel caused the channel owners to take a financial hit by limiting the money they could make from their videos. All affected channels were earning money from the site.

One of the channels affected was Pew-Tang Clan. He received the email from Mr. Eaton on the afternoon of Wednesday, November 17th, 2021. Bob of Pew-Tang Clan did not answer Eaton’s email request, but later, he noticed that YouTube started deleting his videos. Only two (2) of the deleted videos showed the building of firearms.