Trouble spouted as The Wall Street Journal did the most comically evil thing imaginable – took money away from cancer kids. Ethan Ralph, a prominent YouTuber and the man behind The Ralph Retort, is a notable anti-sjw. (Anti-Social
Justice Warrior Terrorist) He’s even been listed as one of the founders of #GamerGate. And, as anti-sjw people are prone to do, he decided to raise money for people who are actually in need of help rather than for people who claim they’re oppressed because they spent a grand on a haircut and want to marry a ghost or something. $27,000 was raised by Ralph’s audience and donated to St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Sounds like a happy ending right? Well, not if The Wall Street Journal has anything to say about it.
For those of you not aware, Ethan Ralph was one of the guys who helped expose fellow YouTuber Mundane Matt (Matt Jarbo) as a dirty dirty lying false-flagger.
It turns out that a WSJ reporter by the name of Yoree Koh discovered Ralph’s show, the Killstream and decided to do a report on his evil Alt-Right programming. After that, trouble started happening for Ralph’s show. He got flagged for violating community guidelines for not catching a certain super-chat that violated YouTube terms and conditions. And coincidentally, Koh’s article ending up being how Ralph’s show fostered hateful superchats.
Ralph’s fundraiser was fueled by super chats which, since this is YouTube, had a lot of racist and hateful comments just to play at the irony. But if you are familiar with how the Wall Street Journal went after PewDiePie, you know that there are few depths to which they won’t sink.
That’s right, the Wall Street Journal likely pressured St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital into refunding the money because Ethan Ralph is an evil “Alt-Righter.” And they would happily have someone else’s children make the ultimate sacrifice if it means saying no to funny people on the internet.
So if you’re on Twitter today, try using the tag #WSJKillsKids and show them how much you respect their stunning bravery.