If corporate, establishment leftist entities hate everything about you when you don’t bow to their narratives, agendas and vague explanations as to why you’re a bad person, then why do we keep frequenting these platforms? The quick answer is that we shouldn’t, but they gave us yet another reason as to why.
Frequent target of YouTube, conservative talk show host and comedian Steven Crowder’s channel was essentially shut down late Tuesday evening following that day’s edition of “Louder with Crowder.”
“So last night, YouTube sent us the second channel strike,” Crowder said in video posted to Twitter on Wednesday. “This is going to prevent us from streaming on YouTube for the rest of the year. And, as usual, they did not provide any details for the suspension.”
We're striked and off of YouTube but you can still watch the full show live on @rumblevideo (https://t.co/oHU5todRqF) and on #MugClub pic.twitter.com/qEObZGL82s— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) December 15, 2021
On Crowder’s website, they indicated that YouTube gave them the strike for violating their “‘hate’ speech policies,” but weren’t given any specific reason as to how they made such a violation.
“The highlighted part there was hate speech, it was bolded there,” Crowder cohort Gerald Morgan said, describing the vague violation. “It’s like, ‘Oh, you mean the catch-all for anything that you don’t like in the world and something you don’t have to be accountable for.”
YouTube seems to have been targeting Crowder in 2021, with his channel receiving multiple reprimands this year for taking stances and making jokes. This isn’t a good look for YouTube, because it indicates that YouTube is actively censoring free speech that harms no one.
But, as we all know by now, social media platforms do NOT like it when you stray from the pre-approved narratives that they determine the minute a news story occurs, regardless of what the information and actual facts dictate.
Crowder is telling his viewers to switch over to Rumble where the “Louder with Crowder” show will continue.