One thing I’ll say, despite my distaste for her whole schtick is that in general, this is part of the amazing freedom the internet affords young people.
I’m also not against her getting banned off any of the major networks and going to standard alt-right hangouts instead [if it’s not a public space it’s not a public space].
But when you look at the internet as a ‘whole thing’ there’s a place for anybody to go that’s got a connection and that’s its freedom. Even in restricted internet places, because of the very NATURE of the internet’s design itself, you can always tunnel a way through to get heard.
Short of it: comedy edgelord that likes getting banned and complaining about it. She has a following – but man her followers are like.. ugh.
Not my thing. But worth a mention.
I get into occasional debate with my nephew on this stuff. Youtubers like to complain about getting demonetized and making a rallying call and followers follow opinions as follows do. I step in and do my speech on public/private spaces and being careful what you base your business model off of and how it differs from free speech in general.
It gets lively at times although he’s gotten less about that as he’s shifted to other things.