YouTube Conservative Commentator Calls Out Censorship
The most viewed conservative commentator on YouTube is Steven Crowder with his channel, Louder with Crowder.
His fans love his politically incorrect jokes.
He also sets up a table at college campuses, invites people to debate, and airs the debate unedited. One such video, titled, "There Are Two Genders: Change My Mind," has been viewed 40 million times. Students don't change Crowder's mind, but he has a fair conversation.
Crowder won't change my mind, either -- (I believe gender can be on a spectrum) but in my new video, Crowder says he was influenced by me.
Louder With Crowder, he says, is "a cross between early David Letterman, maybe Howard Stern TV and John Stossel."
I interviewed Crowder last week because YouTube abruptly deleted some of his videos, blocked him from uploading new videos for a week and permanently demonetized his channel. "It means I can make $0 on YouTube," he explains.
YouTube even deleted his good reporting that showed Nevada election rolls include people with fake addresses. Why? YouTube says its "presidential election integrity policy" bans "false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches changed the outcome of any past U.S. presidential election."
But Crowder made no such claims, and what he said was true!
YouTube could have checked. Crowder lists his sources on his website. Good for him.
I'm also glad that he defends freedom. "Individuals, if given the freedom and opportunity to do so... do things relatively well," he says.