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Conservative Journalist Andy Ngo Just Got Cancelled By Soundcloud

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The Post Millennial conservative journalist and social media personality Andy Ngo recently announced that his podcast was banned by music sharing website SoundCloud on Monday. The platform claims that he violated certain terms of services, which led to his removal on the Swedish-founded audio platform. SoundCloud did not name what his offence was but it surely has something to do with his conservative political leanings.

“The long list of violations SoundCloud accuses me of allegedly violating include incitement to violence. How can a legitimate business accuse a client of such egregious crimes without even pointing to the offending content or giving me an opportunity to ask for more information? My podcast included interviews with professors and public figures like Ben Shapiro and Dave Rubin,” Ngo told Fox News.

The accusations of inciting violence doesn’t make sense on Ngo’s part since he himself was actually was a victim of attacks by members of the Antifa earlier this month after he castigated the left-wing group for their penchant for savagery and vandalism. He recounted that time he tried to infiltrate Antifa to learn more about them, only to be recognized in spite of the mask that he was wearing.

“Then they pulled off my mask and my goggles and shouted ‘That’s him! Get him! Get him!’ And I ran for my life in downtown Portland in the middle of the street. There was no police,” he told Fox host Laura Ingraham.

The incident was also documented on Ngo’s twitter account, with pictures of the life-threatening injuries that he received when he was mobbed, wounded and left bleeding.

“The attacks against me and threats on my life are retribution for my work as a journalist, recording the tactics and true ideology of an extremist clandestine movement that relies on deception and regards the truth as the greatest threat of all,” he added.

It was unfortunate that SoundCloud would censor this young man for speaking out against a violent group like Antifa and for expressing his disdain for left-wing ideologies. SoundCloud is supposed to be an avenue for people who need a voice and shouldn’t be selective on who they support, especially if the criterias are based on political, cultural or religious ideologies.

“Big Tech is not nonpartisan nor neutral. But at the least paying clients like myself on SoundCloud should know exactly what content they’ve uploaded that is so egregious that it merits a permanent suspension. I’m scratching my head over what they could find so objectionable about interviews with professors and mainstream figures,” Ngo stated via email.

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