Conservative comedian Steven Crowder is claiming that YouTube has put his latest video on “safety mode” to prevent kids from seeing it. The video doesn’t feature anything obscene -- it’s actually just a response of sorts to the viral New York City catcalling video.
While Crowder admitted some of the comments made to the woman in the original catcalling video were “inappropriate and should not be tolerated,” he also argued some of the remarks were merely compliments.
In the video, Crowder compliments women in various ways using a hidden camera — telling one woman that she has pretty eyes, for example — to determine if they consider such comments to be “sexual harassment.”
But YouTube has allegedly determined the video should be restricted, placing the video on "safety mode" to prevent younger viewers from seeing it. It wasn't clear if Crowder's past videos played a role in the decision.
TheBlaze has reached out to YouTube for comment.
Watch the video below: