I guess he didn’t “venerate the entrepreneur” enough:
“Gavin McInnes, a man you may know for having co-founded Vice magazine, creating the “Proud Boys” — a far-right hate group who were in attendance at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville — and generally being a type of human so shitty the nation of Australia deemed him unworthy of entry, has been banned from YouTube. According to a report from the Daily Beast, McInnes had over 220,000 followers on the platform before his account was removed for “third-party claims of copyright infringement.” Earlier this week, McInnes parted ways with Blaze Media, which hosted his talk show, Get Off My Lawn. Blaze Media would not comment on the ousting, saying only, “Blaze Media no longer has a relationship with Gavin McInnes.”
Earlier this year, McInnes was banned from Twitter in anticipation of a redux of the Unite the Right rally, Unite the Right 2. (Unite the Right 1.0 rally organizer and white nationalist Jason Kessler was a previously a Proud Boy, but was later kicked out of the group following the violent outcome of the event.) Twitter said his account violated its policies “prohibiting violent extremist groups.” He’s also been banned from Amazon, PayPal, Facebook, and Instagram after several members of the Proud Boys attacked Antifa protesters outside of a Republican club in Manhattan where McInnes was speaking. …”
Gavin also recently lost his show on CRTV which for some bizarre reason merged with The Blaze. I didn’t know The Blaze was still around, but I heard he was fired by Glenn Beck.
After all his cucking, disavowing and cheerleading for conservatism, Gavin McInnes has been purged by all the social media monopolies which are now policed by the ADL. He disavowed Unite the Right. He condemned the Alt-Right. He threw the Proud Boys under the bus. He made out with Milo Yiannopoulos. He shoved a dildo up his ass. He even went over to Israel one time to shill about how much he loves Jews for Ezra Levant. In the end, he lost his honor and got his pink slip anyway.
2018 will go down as the year the Alt-Lite was deplatformed.
Note: Sarg’n was also recently deplatformed by Patreon.