On Thursday's radio program, BlazeTV and "Louder with Crowder" host Steven Crowder joined Glenn Beck to talk about YouTube's decision to demonetize his channel on Wednesday despite having concluded that the conservative comedian had not violated its community standards just one day earlier.
The social media platform acted after Vox writer Carlos Maza organized a campaign to ban Crowder for "homophobic" content and continued to apply pressure after the results of YouTube's initial review.
"The issue is that no one knows the rules, no one knows the guidelines, and what they're doing is capitulating to the people who scream the loudest," Steven told Glenn. "This is bullying and corporate intimidation.... It's a dishonest business practice. That's what's going on here."
Catch more of the conversation in the video below:
Laughing to dull the pain: Steven Crowder responds to #VoxAdpocalypse youtu.be
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