Over the past week, Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg has taken a large financial hit. After three reporters at the WSJ contacted Disney about the jokes satirizing jews and/or Hitler, Felix’s second season of “Scare PewDiePie” was canceled and Disney has severed ties with Kjellberg.
Felix will be fine (he makes around $15M from youtube yearly), but this public attack will have far reaching consequences that the media has not considered. In the process of their sloppy hit job, they have attempted to tie satirical right wing site The Daily Stormer to PewDiePie, noting TDS’s approval of Kjellberg’s jokes. PewDiePie’s subscriber base on youtube is over 53 million, at the time of this post. If just one percent of his audience is exposed to The Daily Stormer, that’s over half a million of new eyeballs on the site.
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The people at twitter (definitely not jews) have suspended me. Twitter.com/SweetPaulTown is a cool account though.
Twitter has suspended me yet again, for reasons unknown to anybody (hacks, mass reporting, antisemitism?)
There is a friend by the name of twitter.com/RealHotCool that should suffice in my absence. I need to do real life stuff in the meantime, like the shared youtube account with Beardson: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCYR_sw-VA9_8vDE1wr2Uew and school. We’re all going to make it. Just kidding, some people aren’t going to make it.
November 8th is inching ever closer, with scandals and accusations seemingly punctuating every day. The latest controversy is Donald Trump’s record with women. Could it be that this mild mannered playboy billionaire with multiple ex-wives and a TV show is actually a serial sexual harasser? Well, the media sure seems to think so.
The timing of these accusations may seem strange at first glance, but let’s do a little thinking. Sexual assault is a very important issue. Generally, when people are assaulted, it’s not like they remember. No, they need something big (like the assaulter almost becoming president of the United States) to jarr their memory.
Are the Democrats playing a dirty trick and attempting a cheap shot at character assassination? Of course not. Just like the Clintons have never been known for foul play, the democratic party is well known for honorable conduct. It’s not like this tactic was used on Herman Cain last cycle.
Examining one of the stories, where Donald Trump sexually assaulted a woman during a flight on a commercial plane, is enlightening. Apparently, the arm separating the two mysteriously disappeared shortly before Donald began his “octopus”-like assault on her figure. She resisted and eventually pushed him away, opting to move to a different seat. The uninitiated might ask why she didn’t simply tell him to stop, and why nobody else on the plane intervened or said anything. The people with those questions need to shut up, they’re simply ignorant and don’t understand. Trump is a meanie sexist racist harasser gross man.
There’s a reason Trump’s accusers are all connected to either the democrats or the Clinton Foundation. That reason? Only democrats and the Clintons care enough about women’s issues to empower the fairer sex to stand up to sexual brutes. A lecherous old man like Trump must not be allowed to win, lest all our sisters and mothers and daughters be sexually assaulted by him.
I’m not really going to go into policy statements, since that is an ineffective use of time, and the general public doesn’t really care about that minutia.
Pence: Talked in a methodical and level headed tone. He seemed steady and very put together. While he didn’t go out of his way to defend Trump, he brushed aside criticism of his running mate as “not true” or “false”, which (while not totally accurate) was authoritative. He looked the part of a VP.
Kaine: Talked in a rapid manner. His body language was very poor, and his face gave off an unlikeable vibe. His general tone was negative, which cast him in a poor light.
Overall, Pence came out the winner, although he did contradict Trump quite a bit on Russia, which wasn’t optimal.
It’s doubtful as to whether any of this will have an effect on Trump or Hillary, as average people aren’t all that interested in either VP pick. There wasn’t any big moment in the debate, so it’ll probably fade into the ether once any interesting story (presidential or otherwise) enters the news cycle.