YouTube Removed the Viral “Don’t Tase Me Bro” Video From its Search Results

Andrew Meyer's questions to John Kerry went viral and sparked a meme that lives to this day.

One of the first viral videos on YouTube – known by the phrase
Don’t Tase Me Bro” – has recently been removed from YouTube search results.

In the video, then University of Florida student Andrew Meyer was questioning then Senator John Kerry about his complicity with former President George W. Bush. The video was seen millions of times and created a viral meme sensation.

Now, YouTube has removed the original “Don’t Tase Me Bro” video from its search results. Here are the search results for “Andrew Meyer” a few months ago and now.



The original video that went viral – and prompted a generation to discuss and ask whether politicians were lying to the American public – is nowhere to be found in top search results.

Recently, Meyer had a livestream conversation with rap star An0maly and comedian Owen Benjamin that discussed the internet’s questions about Jews and has been watched over 100,000 times on Benjamin and An0maly’s channels. Meyer is a Jew, and according to An0maly, the conversation helped “lower anti-Semitism.” Benjamin was demonetized from YouTube following the livestream.

Below is the original “Don’t Tase Me Bro” video YouTube has removed from search results. Meyer was also censored recently when a whistleblower revealed Facebook deboosted Mike Cernovich’s page, including the Cernovich News show hosted by Meyer and featuring guests like Ron Paul and Candace Owens.

Culttture is selling Meyer’s new book – Don’t Tase Me Bro! Real Questions, Fake News, And My Life As A Meme.

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Daniel Bostic