Popular YouTuber h3h3Productions (Ethan Klein) busted the Wall Street Journal on Sunday after he discovered that they forged screenshots in order to try and make Google lose billions in ad revenue.
In the video, h3h3 revealed that amateur WSJ journalist Jack Nicas likely forged his screenshots claiming that YouTube was running ads on racist videos.
The current YouTube algorithm does not allow controversial videos to be monetized, as Klein pointed out in the video.
“I know for example that you can’t put the ’n-word’ in a title of a video and NOT get demonetized,” said Klein.
“Why would the Wall Street Journal, a well-respected publication, lie or use shitty evidence to completely destroy a platform?”
— Gavin McInnes (@Gavin_McInnes) April 2, 2017
The WSJ is so shameful now. First they started by trying to defame PewDiePie and now they are trying to damage the thousands of hardworking YouTube creators. Hopefully Google sues them for defamation and puts the WSJ out of business.