He seems to be a somewhat tepid liberal Democrat from a couple decades ago.
LOL. Tim's talked several times about how his wikipedia page listed him as an "inventor of the zeppelin" or something like that. He said he repeatedly tried to get it taken off, but he couldn't, because it was supported by a news article. His whole thing is about showing how journalists have become full blown political activists and liars, so that is kinda comical. The wikipedia article is an example of the type of misleading journalism he highlights, because it says he's DESCRIBED as left wing or right wing, not that HE IS. So, since Vice wrote an article with the headline Trump Invites Fringe Social Media Company Popular With Nazis to the White House and mentioned Tim Pool in it, it's fair game to put on wikipedia. The wikipedia article says Tim Pool is right wing because of one sentence in a biased opinion piece in a Vice article. Think about all the trash articles that get put out nowadays; you can add to wikipedia articles and support it with them.Views
Pool's political commentary since the 2016 United States presidential election has been variously described as left-wing and right-wing. He has described himself as a social liberal who supported Bernie Sanders in 2016.
I'm pretty sure his stance on immigration is most like that of Democrats from a few decades ago up to the Obama administration. He often says he's been left behind by the Democrat parties extreme lurch leftward. And as far as his view on social media bias aligning with conservatives, that's just because conservatives are correct, he has many videos where he shows why he thinks so. People who don't think social media is biased towards the left is ignorant. I mean, this is from today: Since leftist media (the NYT, in this case) is doing everything it can to protect BLM/Antifa, facebook "fact checkers" like former Asst. Press Secretary/Asst. to the Chair for the DNC and Nancy Pelosi fan Liz Bourgeois suppress information, and tell facebook users what they're allowed to read about, or just telling them that it's fake. Project Veritas exposed the third-party fact checkers facebook uses, using hidden cameras, saying they just delete pro-Trump posts even if they don't violate facebook's terms of service (I found out about that PV stuff via, of course, Tim Pool).According to Politico, Pool's "views on issues including social media bias and immigration often align with conservatives'". According to Al Jazeera, "Pool has amplified claims that conservative media endure persecution and bias at the hands of tech companies." On August 24, 2020, Pool announced his support for President Trump in the 2020 United States presidential election.
If you were just trolling with the wikipedia stuff... then kudos to you.