The WSJ has misled advertisers on YouTube and evidence has been found to prove this.
A YouTube video was posted on Sunday, April 2, 2017 by YouTube user “h3h3Productions” that proves the Wall Street Journal utilized FAKE screenshots to assert that YouTube had been allowing racist or “other objectionable” content to monetize creating a huge controversy that resulted in further restrictions by the video platform and its parent company, Google.
Jack Nicas and company at the Wall Street Journal, did you really think you could hide from the Internet? You’re clearly stupid if you thought that was possible.
In a previous video by h3h3Productions he states a fact:
“I know for example that you can’t put the ’n-word’ in a title of a video and NOT get demonetized . . .”
He then went on to say:
“Why would the Wall Street Journal, a well-respected publication, lie or use shitty evidence to completely destroy a platform?”
Throughout the video, he explains how he came to the conclusion that the Wall Street Journal lied and used FAKE screenshots to mislead both their readers and the public at large, including YouTube.
Take a look at the video:
This is a massive failure on the part of the Wall Street Journal and a detrimental misstep for the failing mainstream media. Tired of winning yet?
— Gavin McInnes (@Gavin_McInnes) April 2, 2017