My Thoughts: Conservative Civil War
Crowder vs The Daily Wire: Who's right?!
Stephen Crowder Takes On Daily Wire
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A Brief Overview
The conservative entertainment industry has been experiencing rising tensions between two of its biggest players, Stephen Crowder and The Daily Wire. The Daily Wire, led by Ben Shapiro, is home to many of the largest influencers in the conservative space, including Candace Owens and Brett Cooper. In a recent move, Crowder publicly accused The Daily Wire of colluding with tech companies to suppress conservative content by designing their influencer's contracts to tow the line of big tech censorship policies. He also claimed that The Daily Wire had offered him a $50 million contract, but that he had misrepresented what was in it. The Daily Wire CEO, Jeremy Boring, has denied these accusations, stating that the company has also been a victim of big tech censorship. This ongoing feud between the two conservative powerhouses raises questions about censorship and the influence of big tech on the conservative entertainment industry.
A breakdown from this week’s Podcast
In the world of conservative entertainment, tensions have been rising between two of the biggest players in the game: Stephen Crowder and The Daily Wire. The Daily Wire, led by Ben Shapiro, has become a powerhouse in the conservative media world, with many of the largest influencers in the conservative space coming from or being associated with the company. However, Stephen Crowder, a popular YouTuber, has recently come out and publicly accused The Daily Wire of colluding with tech companies to suppress conservative content.
According to Crowder, the Daily Wire's influencer contracts are designed to toe the line of big tech censorship policies, or at the very least, dock pay for every violation against them. This means that if a Daily Wire influencer gets demonetized on YouTube or Facebook, or gets a violation on Instagram, they lose a certain percentage of their income as a result.
Crowder also accuses the Daily Wire of being in bed with big tech, and that this is a clear indication that the company is more interested in protecting its own interests than standing up for conservative voices. He also claims that the Daily Wire offered him a $50 million contract, but that the company misrepresented the terms of the contract.
The Daily Wire CEO, Jeremy Boring, has denied these allegations and stated that the company has also been a victim of big tech censorship. He claims that the company has never worked with tech companies to censor conservative voices and that the contract offered to Crowder was misrepresented.
It's clear that there are two sides to this story, and it's difficult to know who to believe. While it's true that big tech censorship is a real problem for conservatives, it's also important to question the motives of those who are speaking out about it. It's possible that Stephen Crowder is simply using this situation to further his own interests and gain more attention for his own platform.
On the other hand, it's also possible that The Daily Wire is more interested in protecting its own interests than standing up for conservative voices. It's important to remember that the Daily Wire is a business, and businesses are inherently self-interested. It's also worth considering that the Daily Wire has been a victim of big tech censorship, as stated by Boring, and that the company is doing its best to navigate a difficult situation.
In conclusion, it's important to consider all sides of the story and make our own judgments. It's clear that big tech censorship is a real problem for conservatives, but it's also important to question the motives of those who are speaking out about it. It's possible that Stephen Crowder is simply using this situation to further his own interests, and it's also possible that The Daily Wire is more interested in protecting its own interests than standing up for conservative voices. Ultimately, it's up to each individual to decide who to believe and what to make of this situation.
From my perspective, they both had valid points, and in different ways were both wrong in their approach. What I do know is that this type of civil war is not beneficial to the movement overall and there are far worse enemies who deserve our attention.
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