The Ralph Retort was doing a livestream on Youtube for the purpose of raising money for St. Jude to benefit children with cancer. How many times have leftists wailed about things “for the children” or tried to use third world children as shields to push their agendas? More than I can count. Yet, when someone on the right is literally raising money for children, they are pulled off the air by Youtube and the money is refused.
Curiously, with no strikes against The Raplh Retort's account, their ability to conduct livestreams was revoked.
This was not automated; it was clearly a coordinated effort.
Curiously, The Wall Street Journal's Yoree Koh was writing what appears to be a hit piece on The Ralph Retort.
Screen grab captured by ARN contributor Hickory.
Not long after that information was made public, the WSJ writer in question felt a curious need to go dark on Twitter.
Her tweets are still unviewable by the general public. This was likely prompted by free speech advocates inundating her and WSJ with the hashtag #WSJKILLSKIDS. Needless to say, The Wall Street Journal did not expect so much public blowback.
Umsurprisingly, it appears that article wasn't meant to provide information about the business side of superchats as much as it was designed to attack the alt-right.
The left cares more about the personal politics of people donating than allowing charities to be enriched by people for whom they are intolerant. I suspect that will surprise few, if any, of our readers.