"The White House Brief" host Jon Miller observed the 75th anniversary of D-Day, YouTube's decision to punish conservative comedian Steven Crowder for making a joke, and why millennials are what is wrong with America.
In this clip, Miller honored the memory of those who fought on the beaches of Normandy in World War II and how the 20-year-olds of the 1940s contrasted when compared to the "soft" millennials of today. According to Miller, Carlos "Gaywonk" Maza of Vox embodies the soft millennial image.
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Miller explained controversy that led to YouTube's decision to demonetize "Louder with Crowder" host and comedian Steven Crowder, for making jokes about "Gaywonk." The 31-year-old reported Crowder to the platform, but YouTube initially determined that Crowder did not violate their policy.
After throwing a twitter tantrum, "Gaywonk" compelled YouTube to revisit his complaints and ultimately make a final decision to demonetize Crowder's channel.
Still "Gaywonk" was not satisfied because he wanted Crowder's channel removed from YouTube, and when the platform declined further action, "Gaywonk" said that it was the "worst day of his life"
" I would love to see "Gaywonk" go and tell an American GI that the worst day of his life was having to hear someone say mean things about him on the internet when they laid down their lives." Miller said.
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