I think the Left is just now starting their new "admittance phase" while their last "enforcement phase" was the bulk of "Current Year" in the 2010's.Interesting stuff, but I'm not sure about this. Surely, if the left were in the admittance phase at the moment then they wouldn't be so quick to kick people while they are down for like a tweet they made in 2010?
That said, yeah I've seen quite a lot of hate for the guy building over time. He puts it down to a Trump style derangement syndrome - a very Sargonic take - I assume as a means to salve his ego as to why he's such an unlikeable weirdo.
The Right had their own "admittance phase" from 2014 to 2017 or so, and then began a new "enforcement phase" after Charlottesville and the big crackdowns online began. This is where you begin to see the dominant cliques shift away from Ben Shapiro, Milo, and the skeptics like Sargon and more towards guys like The Distributist, Nick Fuentes, and the traditionalist faggots.
Vaush probably got on board with the first big left-wing admittance phase and I think he's been able to skate by because BreadTube almost never cancels their own. Even ContraPoints is still a part of the clique since his "cancellation" was pretty weaksauce and he made it go away by just declaring himself a lesbian.
Depending on how the 2020 election goes and just how badly pear-shaped the riots will get for the Woke Left, I think we'll see more centrists and liberals slowly drift towards the left clique if the Right starts to amp up the crackdowns and goes away from being the big tent of "anyone to the right of Mao" that it's slowly become to traditionalist faggot zoomers who think the fundies of the Reagan and Bush years were too lenient on "degenerates"
With that said, Vaush is primed for a downfall no matter what since he's more or less become the Left's version of Sargon as it is and he's pretty much one major sex scandal away from being the Left's version of Ethan Ralph.