Infowars editor Paul Joseph Watson banned from Facebook over 2016 feminism parody video

Many others also claiming that social media platforms have demonetized them as well for their political views

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Alex Jones (Front) and Paul Joseph Watson (back) (Tyler Merbler/Flickr)

(INTELLIHUB) — Infowars editor at large Paul Joseph Watson says he was banned from Facebook over a parody video he did 18-months ago which makes fun of feminism.

Last Thursday the fed up editor posted a video titled “I won’t be around much longer” where he explains why he is so disgusted with corporate controlled social media platforms like Facebook and YouTube.

“Think that headline sounds like click bait? Well think again,” Watson said. “They banned me on Facebook because of a video I posted eighteen months ago. A parody video making fun of feminism — the target of which, CopperCab, was in on the joke.”

“Making fun of feminism is now a bannable offense on Facebook,” he said. “Remember, this is a guy who wants to be a cult leader and the President of the United States.”

It’s obvious that the recent devilish maneuvers made by top social media giants will affect the income and output of some of the most outspoken people in modern times and it is a blatant form of censorship that is hidden within a politically correct policy.

Adding to his frustration, Watson said that virtually every YouTube video he ever made on “Islam” was demonetized.

To top it all off Diamond and Silk are now claiming that 95% of their pro-Trump YouTube videos, some of which were uploaded over a year ago, have been demonetized by the platform for not being ‘advertiser friendly’ despite the fact that their channel has over 16 million views and its own targeted demographics.

Now the dynamic duo is threatening a class action lawsuit over the matter which may lead to big problems for YouTube in the future.

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