You likely won’t be seeing Steven Crowder on YouTube for the rest of the year.
The self-described conservative comedian has once again been suspended from YouTube, receiving his second channel strike in recent months from the platform on Wednesday.
According to YouTube’s policy, when a channel receives two strikes within a 90-day period, they “will not be allowed to post content for 2 weeks.” Considering Crowder received his strike on Dec. 15, that means his channel “Louder with Crowder” won’t be able to livestream the broadcast or upload new material until Dec. 30.
When a user receives three strikes within a 90-day period, YouTube permanently terminates the channel from its platform.
Mashable has reached out to Crowder for a statement and will update this piece if we hear back.