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1484420cookie-checkAndy Warski Banned From YouTube

Andy Warski Banned From YouTube

After 12 years of producing content, racking up more than 227,000 subscribers, according to Social Blade, and becoming embedded in the e-drama culture of content creation, YouTube has finally banned Andy Warski for “severe violations” related to YouTube’s policy against harassment, bullying, or threatening content.

The news was made public via a tweet on June 26th, 2020 on Warksi’s main Twitter account.

As mentioned by Warski, he had no time to backup any of his videos. They were all wiped out without warning. If you check any of the playlists still up on YouTube featuring Warski’s content, they’re all barren, blank, gone, finito.

He’s still producing content over on the channel called Subcultured, where he’s amassed close to 4,000 followers..

He’s also co-hosting the Killstream with Ethan Ralph from the Ralph Retort.

As for what content netted him the final banhammer from YouTube? The video content host didn’t say, but the message is pretty loud and clear, which he shared on Twitter.

If the tweet is unavailable or the image isn’t appearing, you can view it below.


As we’re gearing up for the fall elections, it was inevitable that YouTube would ban any and all content creators that aren’t toeing the Leftist line.

The agenda pushing has reached all new heights, and basically most content creators that are anti-censorship or prone to calling a spade a spade have either been demonetized, shadowbanned, or outright kicked off the platform.

They have made it where there is no room at all for dissenting thoughts, opinions, or beliefs that challenge, rival, or don’t align with the Left’s agenda.

On the upside, if you’ve been following Andy Warski or are a fan of his content, you can still check him out producing new videos and streams over on

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