Jon Puckett accepted a debate, but couldn’t figure out how to click the Google Meets link. Or he got scared. We can’t ascertain for sure.
Here is the video that he was supposed to be in for the debate:
After the livestream he started posting this screenshot everywhere. He claimed that we somehow arranged so he was ineligible.
This is a message from the YouTube app. This means that he clicked on the “Go Live” button on the top of the screen in YouTube. This is to start a new livestream on your own channel. YouTube restricts this to accounts that have at least 1,000 subscribers.
He was told many times to click the Google Meets link but he never did.
The misunderstanding of how to use YouTube doesn’t end there. He also posted this image where he took the URL to the livestream and pasted it into the search bar in YouTube. It seems he thinks YouTube is now a web browser. Why would he post this? I have no idea. It just shows that he doesn’t know how to use YouTube.
Then he started posting poorly sized screenshots from a Facebook messenger group with him, myself and the debate people:
This was hours before during a debate I was having with Victor Croote.
Here is a better screenshot for you to read:
Note the timestamps in Jon’s screenshot is 4:00 PM. This is Jon’s timezone, Pacific time. The debate for Jon was to start at 7:00 PM Pacific time. Also, note my comment where I asked if he will be ready in just under three hours.
He has been threatening to post the entire conversation. As if this would be helpful for him. It is not. Here is the entire conversation as of 2020-03-25: