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Comedian and commentator Steven Crowder recently announced that he is suing Youtube after receiving his second “strike” for posting offensive content. These strikes have resulted in the suspension of his show, demonetization (or inability to profit from views), and a complete disconnect with the nearly 5.7 million subscribers to his Youtube channel. This week we look at the facts of what lead to this, the inconsistency in enforcement against conservatives, and what we should do to push back.
Kara Frederick’s Daily Signal piece: Steven Crowder Is Suing YouTube Over Vague Rules, but It’s Not Just About Him
Steven Crowder’s full announcement of why he’s suing Youtube: BANNED: FIGHT LIKE HELL: Why I’m SUING YouTube!
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