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Crowder's first LIVE show of 2022 aired on Tuesday, and he pulled no punches

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If you think 2021 was a challenging year, you might want to brace yourself for 2022.

Steven Crowder and the crew returned on Tuesday with the first episode of "Louder with Crowder" in 2022. Of the many topics covered, a couple of standouts included a man who raised vaccine awareness with sheep and a "Back in America" parody, an ode to rural America in the style of the end credits for "National Lampoon's European Vacation."

In the first clip, Crowder discussed what a German man, Hanspeter Etzold, told Reuters about his campaign to increase the vaccination rate. "Sheep are popular with people and carry positive emotional connotations. So perhaps they can reach many people emotionally when logic and scientific reasoning doesn't do the job," Etzold told Reuters.

Etzold arranged the sheep in the shape of a syringe to raise vaccine awareness. But Crowder, in rare form, challenged Etzold's premise that sheep are "very popular among the people."

In the second clip, Crowder parodied the credit song for "National Lampoon's European Vacation." In "Red America," an ode to rural America, Crowder rewrote the lyrics from "Back in America." Here is a sample of the Crowder's lyrics:

"In red America,
I'm back with reckless abandon.
In red America,
Where the bumpers read Let's Go, Brandon.
In red America,
I can save up to retire.
In red America,
Where Walgreens is never on fire."

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