Not that the good folks at “Louder with Crowder” are any strangers to being targeted by YouTube, but, not only is getting past ridiculous, it’s also getting predictable.
Steven Crowder’s YouTube channel, which houses the “Louder with Crowder” show, was reportedly suspended for two weeks Wednesday evening. “Team Crowder” reported on the “Louder with Crowder” website that they were suspended “not only to target Louder with Crowder but to silence Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake.”
Ladies and gentlemen, the Orwellian censors at YouTube are at it yet again! This time, they’ve chosen to not only target Louder with Crowder but to silence Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake. Our interview with the Arizona gubernatorial candidate has been REMOVED from YouTube over their alleged "misinformation policy." Louder with Crowder is unable to live stream on YouTube for the next two weeks.
What specifically ran afoul of the policy? Only YouTube knows.
Lake, who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump, was the winner of the Republican primary for Arizona governor on Tuesday, defeating fellow candidate Karrin Taylor Robson, who was endorsed by former Vice President Mike Pence.
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Crowder was suspended by YouTube twice in 2021, once in May and the other time in October.
Was the interview with Lake removed by YouTube as some kind of election bias prior to the 2022 midterms? Or is it just coincidence that YouTube made the move?
For those still wanting to check out Crowder’s show, “Louder with Crowder” will still be livestreaming on Rumble, as well as being shown on Crowder’s subscription service, Mug Club.
For yesterday's post-YouTube suspension broadcast on Rumble, watch below:
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