Steven Crowder, formerly of Fox News, has a successful show on YouTube. He has attracted some big GOP names to be on his show like Ted Cruz.
Crowder, though, is probably more well known for regularly courting controversy. YouTube removed some of his monetizing ability after he repeatedly used gay slurs to describe journalist Carlos Maza. He was was also suspended by YouTube for violating the site’s presidential election integrity policy.
And according to his latest show, Crowder has been suspended again, this time, until the new year. He told viewers:
“Alright, so last night YouTube sent us the second channel strike. Here, this is overlay. So 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. And, you know, it’s one of those things where we could say, we could guess, but it’s just so — I mean, take your pick.”
YouTube has yet to comment on the suspension. Watch a clip of Crowder’s show below, courtesy of Media Matters:
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