Jordan Peterson on Tuesday called for YouTube to segregate all anonymous commenters because his viewers overwhelmingly criticized his embarrassing, fawning interview of Israeli Chief executive Benjamin Netanyahu.
Peterson, who at this point works for Ben Shapiro at The Daily Wire, visited Israel last month with Shapiro to shill designed for Netanyahu.
Peterson’s interview with Netanyahu, which closer is similar to a paid advertorial than any sort of journalism, was ninety minutes of gaslighting along with Peterson letting Bibi bulls**t about every topic under the sun without any serious pushback.
The comments were overwhelmingly crucial:
Peterson started sobbing in the comments over the unfavorable responses he was getting:
He then took to Twitter to lobby YouTube to silence his critics.
Here’s a newsflash, Peterson: individuals comments are just the ones that made it past YouTube’s automated AI censorship algorithms (which were developed together with the Anti-Defamation League).
That you simply only seeing a cheaper backlash against you.
I clearly remember how Peterson within 2017 canceled Faith Goldy for doing a podcast using the Daily Stormer while covering Charlottesville because he said: “ It was her journalistic responsibility to question them, the lady had to ask at least one tough question — at least one — three would be better. ”
Peterson didn’t ask one hard question of Netanyahu, let alone three.
Peterson should follow his own “ rules for life” rather than sobbing incessantly and demanding all his critics be censored.