YouTube has decided they made a mistake in suspending Right Wing Watch and has reinstated their account.

Keep that in mind when you read what Soundcloud has done to Andy Ngô:

Well, they must have had a good reason for their decision. Which of Soundcloud’s terms of service did Andy Ngô violate?

More from the Post Millennial:

Over the weekend, SoundCloud’s Trust & Safety Team informed Ngo via email of the permanent ban for “violating” the site’s Terms of Use and Community Guidelines, which state that users must not use the platform to create content “that is abusive, libellous, defamatory, pornographic or obscene, that promotes or incites violence, terrorism, illegal acts, or hatred on the grounds of race, ethnicity, cultural identity, religious belief, disability, gender, identity or sexual orientation, or is otherwise objectionable in SoundCloud’s reasonable discretion.”

SoundCloud’s explanation was vague and did not specify an exact reason. When an account is removed for violating SoundCloud’s terms, the user’s account, tracks, followers, and stats are removed from the platform and cannot be returned.

“We take the security of our community very seriously. We hope that you can understand that SoundCloud is a place for people to share content which respects our Terms of Use and Community Guidelines,” the SoundCloud email read.

Soundcloud is so committed to security, apparently, that they’re keeping their detailed explanation for suspending Andy Ngô under lock and key.

If Soundcloud could point to any instances, even just one, of Ngô violating their rules, then maybe — maybe — the public would be able to consider and evaluate their reasoning. But by keeping their rationale so vague, Soundcloud really leaves people with little choice but to conclude that they’re just straight-up biased against material that questions or contradicts left-wing narratives.

The good news for those still interested in listening to Ngô’s podcasts is that they’re reportedly still available on other platforms like Apple Podcasts and YouTube, among others. At least for now.