They just want influence. The end. If SJW shit were popular they'd be full-on dangerhairs. Sperging about cancel culture is what's riling up the crowds, so cancel culture is what they will focus on. Hambo specifically having publicly jumped on any subculture he could before landing on the goldmine that is anti-SJW clickfarming.View attachment 1591910
You wanna know what I find so fascinating about not just about Jeremy but anti-SJWs in general?
They're all about giving cancel culture the boot, but resort to that same exact tactic themselves time and time again when they are defending one of their own. Take Leafy's banning for instance, while the rules should be applied fairly to everyone, why is it that anti-SJWs only care to highlight the problematic creators when one of their own is nuked?
Before Nelk had their monetization revoked and Leafy had his channels suspended, no one seemed to care about channels like Lionmaker (sexual predator), Peluchin Entertainment (animal abuser), or Hasan Piker (death threats) being allowed on YouTube or Twitch. Honestly, it feels like anti-SJWs put the spotlight on these creators to put pressure to reverse the bans on their friends instead of actually making those platforms a safer place.
What they're doing here is straight up cancel culture with a new coat of paint. I'm not here saying Lionmaker, Peluchin Entertainment, or Hasan Piker even deserve to stay on the platforms. I just find it strange how time and time again, anti-SJWs take issue with such creators only when they are making videos defending their actual friends who got banned or demonetized.