It seems even questioning election methods will get you banned nowadays.
Conservative comedian and BlazeTV host Steven Crowder was once again targeted by Big Tech censors for allegedly violating YouTube’s and Twitter’s content moderation policies. But neither YouTube nor Twitter explained to Crowder how he broke the rules.
On Monday, YouTube informed Crowder’s team that a video titled “HUGE: Nevada Voter Mysteries Deepen!” violated its presidential election integrity policy. In the video, which was reported by TheBlaze when it premiered nearly a month ago, Crowder claimed that an unknown person or group altered public records to hide the fact that a former Hillary Clinton aide — who has allegedly been missing for two years — may have voted illegally in Nevada during the 2020 election.
In an email to Crowder, Youtube said the video was removed and a strike was applied to the Steven Crowder channel. Crowder has been suspended from uploading new videos for one week.
Additionally, YouTube informed Crowder that because of repeated violations of its Community Guidelines, Google AdSense program policies, and Advertiser-Friendly Guidelines, the Steven Crowder channel would be suspended from the YouTube Partner Program and his videos would be demonetized.
“During a recent review, our team of policy specialists carefully looked over the videos you’ve uploaded to your channel StevenCrowder. We found that a significant portion of your channel is not in line with our monetization policies,” Crowder’s legal counsel Bill Richmond was told via email.