Published: Sat, February 24, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

InfoWars' main YouTube channel is two strikes away from being banned

InfoWars' main YouTube channel is two strikes away from being banned

The saga started after the president's eldest son "liked" two Twitter posts that defamed David Hogg, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where a former student allegedly shot and killed 17 students and teachers last week.

The YouTube video, captioned "DAVID HOGG THE ACTOR", is of a local television report from Southern California in which a young surfer gets into an argument with a Redondo Beach lifeguard after the youth is criticized for placing his boogie board on top of a trash can. More recently, though, the phrase has been co-opted by conspiracy theorists who claim mass shootings are events staged to achieve a political goal. "I'm someone who had to witness this and live through this and I continue to [have] to do that".

On social media, the interview from past year is being pointed to as "evidence" to suggest that Hogg is a "crisis actor", a regular theme of conspiracists, who believe actors appear at the sites of tragedies.

YouTube's policies on harassment and cyberbullying say, "In cases where harassment crosses the line into a malicious attack, it can be reported and the content will be removed".

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"This video should never have appeared in Trending", a YouTube spokesperson told Fox News. "Because the video contained footage from an authoritative news source, our system misclassified it".

YouTube said it's working to improve its systems for the future. Hogg, who's rallied for tougher gun laws in the aftermath of the February 14 shooting, rejected the "disturbing" claims in an interview with CNN on Wednesday. This week, Donald Trump Jr. even liked a tweet about the conspiracies.

A New York Times piece examining the freakish instance which, sadly, remains common, revealed that the poster's further commentary on the video explicitly stated that those who spoke out in favor of gun control were "crisis actors".

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"Both kids in the picture are not students here but actors that travel to various crisis when they happen", he wrote.

More shooting survivors have posted to social media denying the conspiracy claims while campaigning for gun control regulations. The video was originally posted last August.

It goes without saying that pushing a insane conspiracy theory for your own gains in the wake of a tragedy is devoid of humanity.

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