"We have a strong belief that content on screen doesn’t directly translate to real-world harm," Ted Sarandos wrote in an email to staff.
Pete Hegseth was against cancel culture... until he was for it.
The former vice president vowed not to be “silent in the face of Cancel Culture,” and you know what happened next.
Rep. Matt Gaetz told supporters they have an “obligation” to use their Second Amendment rights against Silicon Valley companies that silence conservatives, the day after a mass shooting in San Jose.
The embattled Florida right-winger made the comments the day after a mass shooting in San Jose.
"Jokes are not things that necessarily are built to last,” the actor said on "Good Morning Britain."
The CNN host said Fox News and other Trump supporters are putting the "cult" into "cancel culture."
The longtime funnyman and Oscars host got a heap of Twitter scorn for a comment about humor and cancel culture.
"A gentle nudge in the right direction is so much better than a public execution,” the TV personality said in a recent interview.
"I think we have a consequence culture, and that consequences are finally encompassing everybody in this society," the "Reading Rainbow" host explained.