YouTube investigates beloved conservative comedian Steven Crowder after left-wing rival complains

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Beloved conservative comedian and commentator Steven Crowder is currently under investigation by YouTube over allegations of homophobic harassment lodged by a Vox commentator, Carlos Maza, known for spewing pure left-wing propaganda.

Maza, a far-left zealot who routinely disseminates lies and conspiracy theories about Fox News and other conservative outlets and personalities, took to Twitter last Thursday to complain without evidence that Crowder has been leading a campaign of harassment against him.

The so-called “evidence” that Maza did supply were clips from the YouTube show, LouderWithCrowder, that Crowder hosts:

In his Twitter rant, Maza neglected to mention that he himself has often enthusiastically defined his own identity with the same alleged slurs that Crowder has used to refer to him.

Note for instance how he referred to himself in the following video posted last October:

In the video, which centered on his longtime thesis that are Republicans are bad people, Maza said, “I’m a queer, tree-hugging atheist with immigrant parents.”

Continuing his rant on Twitter, Maza cited some actual evidence of the abuse he’s faced:

While it’s unfortunate that he was doxxed, he has no evidence to prove that Carlson orchestrated the doxxing. Nor does Maza have any room to talk about disturbing behavior.

After a radical left-wing protester hit Brexit leader Nigel Farage with a milkshake last month, Maza took to Twitter to urge other British citizens to follow suit:

That’s known as a call to violence … and unlike Crowder’s “mean words,” it’s actually illegal.

Concluding his rant on Twitter, Maza then called for YouTube to take action and ban Crowder. And lo and behold, many in the left-wing media jumped at the opportunity to broadcast his demand to the entire country.

Observe (*LANGUAGE WARNING):

In a response video published Friday, Crowder made it clear that he won’t back down.

“I’m really hoping that YouTube doesn’t capitulate to a multihundred-million-dollar corporation [Vox] who’ve had a long history of advocating corporate censorship,” he said. “I’m hoping YouTube doesn’t cave simply because of political and huge financial pressure.”

“This is not really an example of hate speech or even just offensive speech versus a self-proclaimed queer creator. This is an example of a giant, multinational media conglomeration … attempting to squash a competitor.”

Watch his full response below:

A large number of notable figures on social media have come to his defense, including but not limited to liberal commentator Tim Pool, liberal commentator David Rubin and Blaze Media CEO Tyler Cardon.

Look:

According to Maza, classical liberals such as Pool and Rubin are “Nazis.”

On Saturday Pool posted his own official video response to Maza:

HERE’S WHAT YOU’RE MISSING …

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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