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J. J. McCullough

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John James McCullough (born: July 17, 1984 [Age: 38][1]), better known by the name of his YouTube channel is named J.J. McCullough, is a Canadian cartoonist, journalist, and political and social commentary YouTuber who writes, edits, and produce YouTube videos about various topics relating to Canada, facts about history, various cultures, and various flags. J.J. writes articles for various newspapers in Canada and the United States, and is a weekly columnist at The Washington Post.

Most of the videos are around 15–20 minute videos, and most of the videos have good responses.

He makes travel vlogs which are shown for his travels such as places in Canada and overseas which can be related to current events such as a Canadian election or a protest movement.

J.J is of Dutch, English, French, and various other European descent.

J.J. studied at Simon Fraser University in British Colombia, and he was an English teacher in Japan despite not liking the experience.

He often does cartoon sketches in the media and in the videos with various drawings of political leaders.

Most of the videos have a timeless element according to him. He currently has over 240 thousand subscribers and lives in the Vancouver area as indicated by his comments. He has taught Canadian citizenship exams to new immigrants to Canada.

Work[edit]

Writer for The Washington Post[edit]

J. J. McCullough is currently a weekly columnist for The Washington Post[1] based in Vancouver, Canada. He writes articles about American and Canadian politics for an international audience, in the Global Opinions section.

YouTuber[edit]

J. J. McCullough is a YouTuber[2] who makes videos about cultural and civic issues for his self-titled YouTube channel. His slogan, and the point of his channel, is Countries, Cultures and Canada. He is active on YouTube, and uploads a video every Saturday. He currently has over 240,000 subscribers. His videos usually get positive feedback.

Writer and Artist[edit]

J. J. made the popular #REDIRECT Canada Guide website, as well as a less popular website called Americans that Matter, about famous Americans and a little website about video games called Tanooki Site.

Political standpoint[edit]

J. J. is broadly conservative, and he does not like Justin Trudeau's current term and supports the Conservative party leader Erin O'Toole.

He does not like the far right as he has expressed a bit of dislike toward Donald Trump. His point of view about French in Canada is broadly negative since he claims that Quebeckers have an advantage in society due to bilingual language requirements and thus more likely to be elected into positions of power due to Quebec being the home to the most French-English bilingual speakers in the country.

Another reason for his anti-French point of views such as Quebec passing various laws to promote French, and he has been denounced in the Quebec parliament for this statement. He does not like Canada having the Queen of Canada as the official head of state and has expressed this viewpoint in the media in the past and in various videos including videos mentioning the governor-general of Canada.

However, in a recent live stream, it has been noticed that his views towards Justin Trudeau are slightly more positive giving him a 5 out of 10 rank, and hasn't made videos about his hate towards Trudeau in a long time.

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