Political comedian Steven Crowder did not violate YouTube policies.

Political comedian Steven Crowder did not violate YouTube policies.

After Steven Crowder, host of Louder with Crowder, rebutted a video by Vox’s Carlos Maza, Maza took to Twitter. Maza tweeted saying that YouTube does not care about LGBT creators by banning channels that are ’homophobic.’ Maza concluded by telling his followers to mass flag Crowder. YouTube has investigated and has concluded that Steven Crowder did not violate their terms of service.

Dustin
Dustin
Monster Mash
Monster Mash 7 months

I am so happy Carlin isn't Alive to see the death of edgy comedy. There is a huge difference between an edgy joke and a homophobic slur, Steven Crowder wasn't calling for him to be hurt or for his audience to mass flag him, causing him to be abused but Mazza did. I am glad YouTube did something right for once.

Lenwë
Lenwë 7 months

Freedom of speech.

oneski io
oneski io 7 months

Great news! But I think you will find crowders response to vox was not homophobic in the first place!! But he is on notice under the microscope!

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