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Do YouTubers Have A Moral Responsibility To Share Their Political Views This Election?

Political discourse, by its very nature, can be hotly divisive, and it’s a subject matter that many YouTubers are wont to ignore given that it would seem to run counterintuitive to the goal of amassing wide swaths of subscribers. But in his latest video, renowned daily vlogger Casey Neistat explains why he’s voting for Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8, and why he believes fellow creators have a moral responsibility to discuss politics on their own channels.
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