Okay, here’s a history lesson: The right to free speech (first Amendment) means the government cannot arrest you for what you say or believe. It does not, however, mean I personally have to listen, agree, sit idly by, or host your beliefs. And guess what? I’m not going to.
YouTube is a great platform and America is a great nation. I like to think my channel is pretty great too. And the beauty of it is that at the end of the day it belongs to me and my opinions. You disagree with me? Leave. Rather than post b.s. anonymous messages on my tumblr account, why don’t you get a spine and make hateful bigoted videos on your own channel? I’m not going to validate your backwards thinking by asking you to stay. You are not owed my empathy or agreement.
You didn’t think me saying to get off my channel if you disagree with gay marriage was funny? GOOD. It’s not a joke. There are plenty of places in the world to be hateful towards a group of people to no benefit of yourself. Go there. Get. Off. My. Channel.
And don’t let the door hit you on the way out.