Steven Crowder Speaks Out Against YouTube Strike Against His Channel
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Political commentator Steven Crowder, with over 5.5 million YouTube subscribers, has taken measures to fight online censorship and protect free speech. His show Louder With Crowder received an erroneous penalty, leveled against him by the big tech giant.
"You need to understand why YouTube is coming after this show. Our message is reaching a huge swath of the people, despite the lack of a big-studio budget or marketing team, and despite the throttling we see when we try to search for our own content on YouTube. That means people tune in day after day because it resonates with them. When YouTube comes after this show, they aren't doing it because they don't like me: they are doing it because they don't like our viewers."
About Louder with Crowder
Steven Crowder is the host/creator/namesake of the largest conservative show on YouTube. Boasting over 5.5 million subscribers on this singular platform (and over 1 million followers on Instagram and Twitter, respectively), Louder with Crowder is shifting the political, cultural, and news landscape. Both old media and Big Tech know it. In 2016, a Gizmodo report alleged Facebook purposefully throttled Crowder's videos, later confirmed by a Project Veritas investigation. Crowder was even called out by YouTube's CEO after shaking up the system, known forever as the "Vox Adpocalypse."
His blend of insightful, unique commentary and comedic flare have set numerous viral benchmarks. His "Change My Mind" videos have become milestones: Complex rated "Change My Mind" one of the best memes of 2018, and "There Are Only 2 Genders, Change My Mind" has received over 40 million views on YouTube. Most recently, Louder with Crowder's 2020 election live stream shattered records, exceeding the combined streams of legacy media staples ABC and NBC.