On one video, an American paid $5 to write “Hollywood is run by Jews” and “Jews hate Jesus.”
Steve Hofstetter told the heckler to “get the f*** out of my show,” then crushed him in a debate about anti-Semitism.
One history teacher said the purge of historical clips was itself a “form of negationism or even Holocaust denial.”
The researcher guessed that his account was deleted “probably because, as a fighter against antisemitism, I share examples of it”
She has once written that she hopes for “a Hitler for Muslims” to “gas them all.”
Zhoie Perez, who has filmed herself confronting police for YouTube, said she was outside the building to admire its architecture.
It’s quite the party trick.
YouTubers open mysterious boxes that could unleash demonic spirits.
Leah Sokolovsky produced a YouTube video accusing a former counselor at her Orthodox camp of sexual abuse. The counselor denies the charge.
The videos have been repeatedly flagged for violating YouTube’s terms of service.