Conservative YouTuber Hunter Avallone reported he had his YouTube account suspended earlier today.

In an Instagram post, Avallone posted a screen shot of the message he received from YouTube indicating his account had been suspended. The screen shot reads:

“We’d like to inform you that due to repeated or severe violations of our Community Guidelines your YouTube account Hunter Avallone has been suspended.

We’d like to inform you that due to repeated or severe violations of our Community Guidelines, your YouTube account has been suspended.

After review, we have determined that your account activity violated our Community Guidelines which state that hate speech is not acceptable on our site…”

In his post Avallone states, “We are working hard to get it back. Please pray. They did not even give me strikes, just terminated. Pray. Pray. Pray.”

Avallone had over 635,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel. His most recent uploads are titled, “Liberals Ruin Dating,” “These Feminists Hit an All Time Low!,” Watching Queer Kid Stuff with my Kid!,” “Liberal MELTDOWN: Mueller Report,” and “LGBT Insanity!”

In his most recent Instagram post, Avallone would encourage his followers to continue “tweeting YouTube.” He would add, “We are working hard to get the channel back…send all tweets to @ teamyoutube.”

A number of YouTube and media personalities have begun to raise awareness about YouTube’s suspension of Hunter Avallone including Jeremy Hambly of The Quartering, Brittany Pettibone, Mark Dice, and others.

Avallone would update his fans that his channel is back. He would write, “Messy hair and tired face but my channel is back. Thank goodness. Thank you SO much to everyone who rallied around me and showed your support.”

What do you make of YouTube’s decision to suspend Hunter Avallone’s account and the subsequent reversal of that decision?

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