PewDiePie actually thinks he’ll be able to keep his YouTube channel and his 100 million YouTube subscribers by bribing the Jews at the Anti-Defamation League.
PewDiePie, the first solo creator to pass the 100 million subscriber mark on YouTube, has celebrated the milestone by announcing that he’s donating $50,000 to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) – an organization that has controversially been seen as a proponent of YouTube policies that have harmed creators on the platform over the last few years.
PewDiePie made the announcement while unboxing his 100 million subscriber award from YouTube. He didn’t explain why he’d decided to donate to the ADL and simply framed it as “an additional celebration.” However, the decision has confused some followers, given that PewDiePie has previously called out organizations for being against free speech.
Some of PewDiePie’s fans are surprised and disappointed with the announcement and many of the comments on the video are highly critical of PewDiePie’s decision.
This was a bad move. The Jewish Anti-Defamation League has been at the forefront of online speech censorship. He could give these kikes 50 million dollars and it wouldn’t matter.
As soon as they find a proper excuse to justify banning his channel they’re going to do it regardless of how much money he donates to these Jews and regardless of how much he says he isn’t a racist and an anti-Semite.
On top of that, by donating money to these evil kikes, he’s just alienated people like myself who supported him because of the edgy jokes he was putting into his content.
You can’t make deals with devil. And the Jews are the devil.
Not good Felix.