Steven Crowder

WATCH: Steven Crowder announces his return in mini-documentary

"...the only answer I can think of to really give you is that I can't not."

"THE COMEBACK!" — a mini-documentary — goes behind the scenes for an intimate look into the life of BlazeTV host Steven Crowder.

In the video, Steven Crowder highlights the grueling process that goes into the making of every episode of his show, "Louder With Crowder," — which is scheduled to return Jan. 17.

In November, Crowder announced he'd be going on a hiatus until January to deal with some personal health issues which he goes into more detail about in the mini-documentary above.

"THE COMEBACK!" -- which brings viewers up-close and personal with Crowder and his team -- shows an intimate account of the mental and physical demands that he endures to bring his truth-telling, viral videos to anyone willing to watch.

In the video, Crowder shares an update about his health, fills in fans about what they can expect in 2019, and reveals some of what it takes to produce one of the most popular shows in conservative media.

"With the health problems, the way to describe it would be really wanting to do something you love, it's really the only thing you ever wanted to do, you're just not able to do it," Crowder explains.

"The reason that I am coming back and I'm going to hit the pavement as hard as I can to make the show and this movement as best as possible — the only answer I can think of to really give you is that I can't not."

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Elijah Schaffer

VIDEO: Elijah Schaffer attended a feminist conference but his presence was not well received


Welcome to International Women's Day

Elijah Schaffer, host of "Slightly Offens*ve," headed to an International Women's Day demonstration, Los Angeles, to ask those in attendance about the conference and which women's issues are important to them.

Attendees expressed their support for abortion, equal pay, and other socialist issues that one would imagine at a left-wing conference.

Schaffer held up a sign with a photo of "Empire" star Jussie Smollett who was recently indicted on 16 charges after he reported a fake hate crime in Chicago.

"Are you guys aware of fake hate crimes in the U.S.? Help stop fake hate crimes," Schaffer protested.

Watch the video at the top of the page.

You can find more from Elijah Schaffer on his YouTube channel Slightly Offens*ve.

Or follow him on Twitter: @ElijahSchaffer

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