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Youtube Removes Meme After Violence

On June 22, the owner of a restaurant in Lexington, Virginia, ordered then-Press Secretary Sarah Sanders to leave. Stephanie Wilkinson, the restaurant's owner, said at the time, "I mentioned that the restaurant has certain principles that I believe it needs to keep, such as honesty, compassion, and collaboration." 'I'd want to ask you to go,' I replied. Two days later, on June 24, a video emerged showing California Rep. Maxine Waters speaking to a gathering of supporters in Los Angeles.

Twitch, the live streaming network, confirmed the removal of PogChamp, one of its oldest emotes, after the individual behind its visage made inflammatory statements about the Capitol siege.

Ryan "Gootecks" Gutierrez, the meme's face, made explosive statements about "social upheaval" for a lady slain during Wednesday's Capitol siege.

We've decided to remove the PogChamp emote in response to remarks made by the emote's face advocating further violence in the aftermath of today's events in the Capitol. Twitch (@Twitch) Saturday, January 7, 2021 The PogChamp emote is one of Twitch's oldest and is often used by spectators to express joy in broadcast discussions. Because of its popularity, PogChamp, or poggers, has become associated with gaming culture and streaming sites like as Twitch. Poggers, the abbreviated form of the expression, has become a popular meme for showing surprise in recent years.

As additional footage criticizing Heard's testimony circulates on social media, experts believe it may have a harmful impact on victims of domestic violence and may persuade them to remain quiet.

According to the authors of the 2020 book Making Sense of a Global Pandemic: Relationship Abuse and Working Together Towards a Violence Free Society, around 70% of domestic violence is never reported to authorities.

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