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Steven Crowder has had a string of demonetisations on the YouTube platform, most famously in 2019 for using racist and homophobic slurs targeting Carlos Maza, a Vox Journalist, who noted that Crowder's fans harassed and doxxed him following the video. This unprofessional behaviour has continued in subsequent years, leading to a second strike toward a full ban from the platform following a video in which Crowder was "revelling in or mocking" the police shooting of 16 year old Ma'Khia Bryant. Even the skits he is known for are more about his ego than the issues, sitting down with someone whose views you don't share should be a good constructive experience, but Crowder prepares for these interactions and memorises a string of facts to back up his view and then shouts over his unprepared counterpart in a string of intellectual "gotcha" moments. He contributes nothing to online communication, but continues to muddy the waters with racism and homophobia while attacking public figures whose opinion he doesn't share; he will likely be banned from YouTube for his unprofessional behaviour, on an inclusive platform.