Pewdiepie Reversed Course on ADL Donation After Fan Outrage, Culttture Blowback

After receiving backlash from creators including Tim Pool, We Are Change, and Culttture, Pewdiepie did not donate to the ADL.

Popular YouTuber Felix Kjellberg, aka Pewdiepie, rescinded his donation to the censorious Anti-Defamation League (ADL) after fan backlash.

During Pewdiepie’s 100 million subscriber episode on YouTube, Felix announced he would donate $50,000 to the ADL. This prompted many of his fans and other prominent online personalities to call out Pewdiepie’s donation.

Some online channels and commentators such as We Are Change, The Quartering, and Tim Pool were very adamant that donating to the same organization that YouTube utilizes to censor its content creators was a bad idea to say the least. Culttture also published an article on the issue.

After receiving backlash from not only the aforementioned but also Felix’s wide variety of 100 million subscribers, he came out in his next video stating that he was taking back his donation to the ADL and that he was misinformed on the ADL’s doings.

“I made the mistake of picking a charity that I was advised to instead of picking a charity that I’m personally passionate about,” Kjellberg said. “Which is 100 percent my fault.”

Of course this led to a barrage of left leaning blue checkmarks on Twitter to verbally assault the Swedish video maker. Some went as far as calling Pewdiepie an anti-Semite for not donating to the ADL.

The corporate media also claimed that the cross on Pewdiepie’s clothing was a Nazi symbol, a claim which video publisher Bitchute and others pushed back against.

Journalist Mike Cernovich pointed out that the ADL has sent threatening letters before, even threatening to destroy a country’s reputation where the ADL admitted it may not be justified.

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Chris Gregory