Demonetized After Pressure

Steven Crowder, a conservative comedian and commentator, became the newest victim of a YouTube purge spurred by a Vox reporter. The reporter, Carlos Maza, was triggered by Crowder’s content and flagged the videos he found offensive, essentially using a form of adult tattletaling.

When Maza initially cried “homophobe” to YouTube, they responded that Crowder’s content did not violate their policies, however, they did not agree with the content. After further review, YouTube stated that it suspended Crowder’s monetization, meaning that Crowder can no longer use advertisements to generate revenue on YouTube.

Update on our continued review-we have suspended this channel’s monetization. We came to this decision because a pattern of egregious actions has harmed the broader community and is against our YouTube Partner Program policies,” YouTube tweeted.

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