Tom McKay " He accused YouTube of "pinkwashing" or promoting pro-LGBTQ content as a public relations move while allowing personalities who traffic in homophobia and racism to continue making money from YouTube. Got a confidential tip? On May 30, Vox's Carlos Maza tweeted that Steven Crowder, a self-styled right-wing shock jock and YouTube personality had allegedly harassed him for years. Watching YouTube send a series of conflicting messages regarding abuse from its official Twitter account, which is sporting a rainbow-emblazoned logo for Pride month, only added to the frustration.
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Crowder subsequently posted a video that talked about the coming adpocalypse, a term he uses to describe losses in revenue for influencers whose free speech he says is being assaulted as platforms pander to the left. Final Say. Crowder, meanwhile, couched the situation as being about a larger battle between established media, such as Vox, and independent creators like his channel.